- Lauren Stokes's Fear of the Family: Guest Workers and Family Migration in the Federal Republic of Germany
- Deborah Cohen's Last Call at The Hotel Imperial
- Henry Binford's From Improvement to City Planning
- Kevin Boyle's The Shattering
- Paul Gillingham's Unrevolutionary Mexico
- Melissa Macauley's Distant Shores
- Kate Masur's Until Justice Be Done
- Susan Pearson's The Birth Certificate
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History at Northwestern
Our world-class department owes its reputation to outstanding faculty dedicated to teaching and research, as well as engaged students who take advantage of learning opportunities in and beyond the classroom.
The History undergraduate program teaches over 3,000 students each year, and the PhD program has over 110 students in residence.
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The Chabraja Center for Historical Studies (CCHS) promotes broad scholarly engagement with historical materials.
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Please join the East Asia Research Forum for a talk given by David Ownby (Université de Montréal) as he explores this Chinese “republic...
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Louise YOUNG (University of Wisconsin—Madison), author of Beyond the Metropolis: Second Cities and Modern Life in Interwar Japan (2013)...
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Joint CCHS/CAAH Distinguished Lecture on African American History Tomiko BROWN-NAGIN (Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Stud...