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A Conversation with Selma Archive Producer Kenn Rabin
Sheila Curran Bernard speaks with Kenn Rabin, the archive producer for the film Selma.
How Should Historians Remember the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act?
Geraldo L. Cadava examines the legacy of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act.
How the Old Can Learn from the Young
What can scholars of aging learn from historians of youth? Paula S. Fass believes there is much to learn.
It Was Forty, Fifty, Sixty Years Ago Today: The 1960s in American Myth and Memory
Jeremy Varon, a professor of history at the New School, examines how memory of the 1960s impacts contemporary American culture and politics.
Pondering Pot: Marijuana's History and the Future of the War on Drugs
Historian Adam Rathge analyzes the history of marijuana regulation in the United States.
The Cause Was Never Lost
Jason Morgan Ward takes a look at the history and meaning of the Confederate Flag.
Trauma and Trigger Warnings in the History Classroom: A Roundtable Discussion
In this roundtable discussion, six historians discuss the teaching of potentially traumatic subjects and the use of trigger warnings in the classroom.
Vaccination Resistance in Historical Perspective
Resistance to vaccination is not a brand-new phenomenon, as historian Elena Conis explains in this essay.