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  • History by Text and Thing

    by ShawnaKim Lowey-Ball

    For researchers, history is a thing we do. It is an activity, a handling of old books, a building seen from the vantage point of its past. 



  • Don’t despair if your teen wants to major in history instead of science

    by Ian Milligan

    Choosing to become a history major is a future-friendly investment. A history degree teaches skills that are in short supply today: the ability to interpret context, and — crucially — where we’ve been, so as to better understand the world around us today and tomorrow.