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Allison McGovern and Peter Crippen House. (Photos courtesy of McGovern)
Alumna Allison McGovern has recovered artifacts a critical site for African American history in Huntington, Long Island, that has been ravaged by time and neglect. Read more
Fortner, a professor of political science, discusses the history of the Rockefeller drug laws, their effect on mass incarceration, and his recommendations for protecting Black lives through criminal justice reform. Read more
Professor Stone died on January 21. He is fondly remembered as an "astute, learned man with a bright wit" who was a "generous mentor.
Shades of Black
(Seagull Books, 2021)
Alicia Cannizzo (Photo courtesy of Cannizzo)
The fellowship will help Cannizzo complete her study of funerary art following the Black Plague, research that has been hampered by the pandemic. Read more
Jessica Brodsky (Photo courtesy of Brodsky)
Educational Psychology Ph.D. student Jessica Brodsky explains what her new study shows about college students' understanding of algorithms and offers some resources for improving media literacy in young people. Read more
Punk music album covers and the cover of alumnus Evan Rapport's book, "Damaged: Musicality and Race in Early American Punk"
Alumnus Evan Rapport's book explores punk’s debt to what many might consider an unconnected genre, the blues, and the ways that punk emerged during the turbulence of the 1960s and 1970s. Read more
Plato's Exceptional City, Love, and Philosopher
Professor James Oakes and the cover of his latest book, "The Crooked Path to Abolition: Abraham Lincoln and the Antislavery Constitution."
Professor James Oakes offers a new look at Lincoln, how he interpreted the Constitution, and his approach to emancipation and abolition, in a new book. Read more
Immigrant Labor and the New Precariat