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March 29, 2021
Over 100 UW graduate and professional programs have been ranked by U.S. News & World Report to be among the top 35 in the nation. Featured on UW News 
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March 25, 2021
This week at the UW, attend a book talk for “Empire of Convicts: Indian Penal Labor in Colonial Southeast Asia" and listen to the Jewish Questions podcast. Featured on UW News 
Taylor 2019 UW Faculty Lecture
February 24, 2021
"Black History Month is a chance to recognize that Black history is American history. It’s an important time to reflect on the ways in which Black people, their stories and their impact have so often been elided and erased from our shared understanding of ourselves as a nation and a people," writes UW President Ana Mari Cauce. Featured on UW Office of the President 
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February 24, 2021
UW theater student Jarrett Johnson is among an entire class of emerging theater artists — fresh from drama programs, hustling between part-time jobs and busy audition schedules, or about to make their big breaks — whose careers have been stalled by the COVID-19 pandemic. The UW's Odai Johnson, professor of theater history, and Stefka Mihaylova, assistant professor of theater theory and criticism, are quoted.... Read more
Cayton Family, 1904, (Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature/Chicago Public Library)
February 11, 2021
Quintard Taylor, professor emeritus of history and the founder of Blackpast.org , discusses the life and legacy of Horace Clayton and his wife, Susie Revels. Featured on Crosscut 
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February 2, 2021
This week at the UW, attend a book launch for "Union by Law," the Critical Issues Lecture Series, and more. Featured on UW News 
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January 27, 2021
This week at the UW, attend virtual Meany on Screen events, a lecture in the History Lecture Series, and more. Featured on UW News 
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January 27, 2021
This week at the UW, attend the History Lecture Series, Meany On Screen events, and more. Featured on UW News 
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January 20, 2021
President Joe Biden acknowledged the “uncivil war” festering in the United States in his first address Wednesday, but did so in a way that largely avoided the pessimism of his predecessor’s “American carnage.” That was the assessment of political scientists, former speech writers, language and history experts who took in Biden’s speech. Margaret O’Mara, professor of history at the UW, is quoted.... Read more
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January 7, 2021
A politically charged mob, egged on by the sitting president, overran the U.S. Capitol and brought democracy to a halt. Members of our state's congressional delegation shares their experiences. Margaret O'Mara, professor of history at the UW, is interviewed. Featured on KUOW 
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