Professor of history Ellen Fitzpatrick has written a new book that gives context to Hillary Clinton's current race for the White House, showing how her quest is part of a longer journey for women in America.
Benjamin Ludwig's FOREVER GIRL, pitched as The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime meets Room, told from the perspective of an adopted autistic teenage girl who's plotting to get herself kidnapped by her birth mother, pre-empted by Liz Stein at MIRA on an exclusive 3-day submission, in a major deal (WE) by Jeff Kleinman at Folio Literary Management; translatio
Participants in the spring 2016 Humanities Budapest Program shown from left to right. Back row: Andrew Ware, Jamie Ritzo, Amanda Lathrop, Morgan James, Ciara Montiero, Darien Brea, Emerson Onosko, Jackie Trexler, Dustin Newhouse. Front row: Annie Veatch, Katy Allen, Nick Smith.
Professor of communication Joshua Meyrowitz reflects on the role of the media, technology and government 30 years after the Challenger disaster that claimed the life of seven astronauts, including Christa McAuliffe.
More than 30 percent of potential voters in the Granite State were either not old enough to vote in 2008 or lived in another state. These younger voters and recent migrants have the potential to change the political landscape of New Hampshire in the coming presidential primary and November election.