Seth Jones to talk about the impact of a U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan

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On Thursday, Feb. 21, one of the preeminent policy advisers for U.S. involvement in Afghanistan, Seth G. Jones, will visit campus to deliver a lecture and meet with students.

Obituary: Margaret Williams, administrative aide in the History Department, 59

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Margaret Williams, administrative aide in the History Department in Arts & Sciences, died Saturday, December 15. She was 59.

Omitted History

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In Memoriam: Henry Berger, Margaret Garb, Margaret Williams

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The History Department mourns the loss of three dear colleagues: Henry Berger, Margaret Garb, and Margaret Williams.

A Tale of Dual Cities

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Congratulations to Professor Monique Bedasse

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The recipient of the 2018 Wesley-Logan Prize in African diaspora history

Hope as an American Tradition

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Professor Iver Bernstein talks about the distinctive nature of American hope

Mount Vernon Ladies' Association Names Dr. Kevin Butterfield the New Executive Director of George Washington's Presidential Library

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"Clinton, Greitens and Rethinking Consent"

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Professor Andrea Friedman's op-ed in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The Changing Faces of Rhodes Scholars

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Camille Borders and Jasmine Brown in The New York Times

Professor Monique Bedasse in Black Perspectives

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Monique A. Bedasse argues that repatriation to Africa represents the most important vehicle of Rastafari’s international growth.

Congratulations to Professor Douglas Flowe!

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Professor Douglas Flowe has been awarded the “Excellence in Teaching Award” by the Council of the College of Arts and Sciences.