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Oral histories connect us to our cultures and identities.
Mauricio Tenorio-Trillo received an award for his book on the art and culture of Mexico City from 1880-1940.
“For many years, Bayly’s works have been considered essential reading in universities all across the globe.”
University Trustee Steven Stevanovich donated $10 million toward funding the Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Human Knowledge.
He discusses history of Hyde Park, University’s urban renewal.
Editors of the Chicago Journal of History defend the history major.
Our generation has a clear grasp on the problems it faces—now it’s time to believe we can solve them.
Though done to death in grade school, U.S. history deserves a more prominent place in college curricula.
The former TV news anchor talks firearms legislation, his love of history, and how he maintains his iconic baritone voice.
The former president’s one-time abode will be converted into a parking lot.
Students plan to release the first issue next spring.
The University’s first female president shared some of her personal history in a talk about the lives of German scholars exiled to America during the 1930s.
A former University professor talked about life in New York for gay men after World War II during a talk for Chicago Humanities Festival.
Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr. of Harvard University spoke Wednesday on his experiences in genealogy.
Jews in 15th century Spain turned to edicts from the Inquisition to learn about their faith, Gitlitz said.
The achievements of black students and faculty at the University of Chicago were as part of an ongoing exhibit charting gradual academic and social integration through the mid-twentieth century at the University.