Dr. Katherine Ellinghaus is a Hansen Lecturer in the department of history at the University of Melbourne and Barry Judd is a professor of Indigenous Social Research at Charles Darwin University, based on the Alice Springs campus. Ellinghaus is also … Continue reading Elizabeth Warren and Indigeneity: An Australian Perspective
The following is an excerpt from Indians in the United States and Canada: A Comparative History, Second Edition (Nebraska, 2018) by Roger L. Nichols. This book is 30% off for a limited time. Enter 6NUC in the promotion code field of your … Continue reading Excerpt: Indians in the United States and Canada
The following contribution comes from Hal Elliott Wert, author of George McGovern and the Democratic Insurgents (Nebraska, 2015). Wert is a professor of history at the Kansas City Art Institute. New Political Poster Finds First, let me thank all of you that have … Continue reading From the Desk of Hal Elliott Wert: More Political Posters Discovered
The following contribution comes from Richard C. Parks, author of Medical Imperialism of French North Africa: Regenerating the Jewish Community of Colonial Tunis (October 2017). Parks is an academic specialist in the history of science and medicine at Michigan State University. “Us” vs. … Continue reading From the Desk of Richard C. Parks: Us vs. Them
The following is a post from Joeth Zucco, Senior Project Editor at UNP. Was Forrest Gump the first ultra-marathoner? In the movie, he crisscrossed the United States numerous times during his three-year, two-month, fourteen-day, sixteen-hour run. In fiction, anything goes. … Continue reading People Make Publishing: A Reader on Running (and Walking!)
Brian E. Fogarty is Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Saint Catherine University, St. Paul, MN. He is the author of Fascism: Why Not Here? (Potomac Books, 2011) and War, Peace, and the Social Order. He currently blogs at befogarty.wordpress.com. Imagine this scenario: the … Continue reading From the desk of Brian E. Fogarty: Fascism in America?
Jay Gallentine is a historian and filmmaker who has spent more than ten years researching the history of unmanned spaceflight. He is the author of Infinity Beckoned: Adventuring Through the Inner Solar System, 1969–1989 (January 2016) and Ambassadors from Earth: Pioneering Explorations … Continue reading From the desk of Jay Gallentine: The Saga of Mars