This week, hosts Isabella and Elizabeth speak with Nicole Eaton, an associate professor in the History Department with an interest in Soviet history, World War II, and the inner workings and cultures of the European cities whose urban spaces were redesigned during wartime. On March 14th, she released her new book, German Blood, Slavic Soil,…
Climate Justice at Boston College (CJBC) President Cece Durcan said divestment is a tactic people and corporations can use to combat climate change and injustice around the world at the Environmental Justice Town Hall on Wednesday.
We should evaluate history with the same mindset we have when traveling to a new country— by being willing to acknowledge differences—according to Gordon Wood, a Pulitzer Prize–winning historian and professor at Brown University.
In a lecture at the McMullen on Monday, curator Marietta Cambareri talked about curating two new Italian Renaissance art exhibits at the MFA.