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Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 23.09.2022

History / Archeology - 14.09.2022
The death of Queen Elizabeth II: Media culture and the future of the monarchy
The British Royal family is noted for its branding prowess. As media culture has changed tremendously over the years, what can the implications of these changes be when it comes to portraying and covering the monarchy?

History / Archeology - Health - 20.07.2022

Religions - History / Archeology - 20.07.2022
The tortures of the Spanish Inquisition hold dark lessons for our time
A detail from the 19th century lithograph "The Torture of Isabel Rodriguez. The lithograph originally appeared in "El Libro Rojo” by Vicente Riva Palacio (1870).

History / Archeology - Campus - 29.06.2022
The UB opens the doors of its archaeological site in Raval with ArqueUB
Cultura July brings back ArqueUB , the project that brings archeology closer to citizens.

Campus - History / Archeology - 17.06.2022
U-M Black student database through 1970 is now public
A new public database of African American students created by the University of Michigan documents students who attended U-M between 1853 and as recently as 1970.

Campus - History / Archeology - 16.06.2022

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 16.06.2022
Confronting America’s traumatic history of lynching
UC Berkeley professor Leigh Raiford discusses how photography has captured anti-Black violence throughout history, and how those images are still relevant today.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 02.06.2022
Black beyond data
Black beyond data
Historian Jessica Marie Johnson leads several teams tapping into the power of datasets to uncover new truths about Black history This article appears in the Spring 2022 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine.

History / Archeology - 31.05.2022
Start your voting: Here are the finalists for Berkeley’s falcon chick names
These two falcon siblings might look happier once they have names, like their parents Annie and Alden do.

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 26.05.2022

History / Archeology - 26.05.2022
Civil War diary inspires biography of pioneering botanist
A chance discovery on her first day at the University and Jepson Herbaria in 2005 changed Kelly Agnew's life, leading her down a rabbit hole of Civil War battles and prison camps, gold rush settlemen

History / Archeology - 25.05.2022
How preserving a country’s languages can lead to decolonization
Joi Barrios-Leblanc, a senior lecturer of South and Southeast Asian studies analyzes what role a country's language and literature has on its politics and historical narratives.

Campus - History / Archeology - 19.05.2022

Agronomy / Food Science - History / Archeology - 16.05.2022
Ancient grains: Grant will help U-M researchers rethink Roman diets
Ancient grains: Grant will help U-M researchers rethink Roman diets
For a long time, researchers believed the diets of ancient people were nutritionally poor. Everyday ancient Mediterranean civilizations relied on a diet of grains and pulses (chickpeas, lentils and other members of the bean family). Researchers thought this food lacked micronutrients such as zinc and iron, while also containing components that inhibit the uptake of what nutrients the food did have.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 06.05.2022

History / Archeology - Campus - 28.04.2022

Campus - History / Archeology - 22.04.2022

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 12.04.2022
Why the story of the United States needs to be challenged
At the beginning of the 19th century, the Philippine-American War was billed as a "friendly colonialism,” said UC Riverside professor Dylan Rodríguez.

History / Archeology - Event - 08.04.2022

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 05.04.2022

Campus - History / Archeology - 01.04.2022

History / Archeology - 22.03.2022
Study reconsiders name of Peru's Machu Picchu
Study reconsiders name of Peru’s Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is among the most recognized archaeological sites in the world. A lasting symbol of the Inca Empire, it-s one of the most visited attractions in Latin America and at the heart of the Peruvian tourist industry. However, when Hiram Bingham first visited the ruins in 1911 and then brought them to the world's attention, they were little known - even among those who lived in Peru's Cusco region.

Earth Sciences - History / Archeology - 17.03.2022
The oxidation of volcanoes - a magma opus
The oxidation of volcanoes - a magma opus
A new, Yale-led study unlocks the science behind a key ingredient - namely oxygen - in some of the world's most violent volcanoes.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 09.03.2022

History / Archeology - 03.03.2022

History / Archeology - Mathematics - 07.02.2022

Music - History / Archeology - 04.02.2022

History / Archeology - 28.01.2022
A new view on the relationships between Europeans and the Japan of the samurai
A new view on the relationships between Europeans and the Japan of the samurai
Cultura The author of this book , the historian Jonathan López-Vera, has studied the relationships between the government of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and the Portuguese and Castilians during the 1587-1598 period.

Campus - History / Archeology - 11.01.2022