The National History Center (NHC) “promotes research, teaching, and learning in all fields of history” by many means, including: seminars, conferences, Congressional events, and more. Now anyone can experience these events through video presentations available on their web site.
Earlier this year, the National History Center (NHC) created the Teagle Foundation Project, through a grant from the Teagle Foundation, to examine the role of historical study in liberal learning.
The American Association of Colleges & Universities defines
Tomorrow, July 25th, University of Wisconsin professor emeritus Crawford Young will give a free public lecture at the Library of Congress on “The African Colonial State and the Encounter with Decolonization.” The lecture is sponsored by the Library of Congress
This coming Tuesday, July 10th, the National History Center will be holding a free public lecture by William Roger Louis, Kerr Professor of English History and Culture at the University of Texas, on “The End of European Colonial Empires.” The
Archivist of the United States Allen Weinstein presented opening remarks at yesterday’s National History Center conference “Reforming History Education: New Research on Teaching and Learning.” Weinstein spoke on the necessity of effective historical education, proposing it as a means for