In 1889, Chicago businessman Clarence Buckingham inherited a third of his father’s fortune.
Do you study capitalism, childhood and youth, or emotions and senses? Do you see yourself as a transnational or borderlands historian? Do you focus on local history, digital methods, or history teaching and learning?
What happens when you take 70 scholars from multiple disciplines, put them in a room together, and ask them to exchange knowledge, wisdom, and ideas?
Carnegie Corporation of New York has announced the inaugural class of its new major annual fellowship program.
On April 22, seven historians were elected into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the most prestigious American honorary societies. These historians are among a total of 197 new members that include many of the world’s renowned