Painful confrontations beset New York in the closing weeks of 2014. Protests unfolding peacefully across parts of the city in November and December—protests born of frustration with the failure to indict police officers responsible for the deaths of Michael Brown,
As the week began on December 15, the headline story related to North Korea was the threat of terrorist attacks on theaters showing The Interview, originally scheduled for nationwide release on Christmas Day.
The AHA has arranged a series of exciting tours for annual meeting attendees this year in the historically and culturally rich New York City.
Simone de Beauvoir once mused, “There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless.” It’s lucky then that the city will host January’s annual meeting; with so many compelling panels covering a remarkably diverse range of topics,
I heard a few stories while attempting to collect words of wisdom for this post (names have been changed to protect the dignity of the discipline). Let’s start with Sam, who slipped on an icy Chicago sidewalk at the 2012