Online course brings legendary professor Mosse to new audience

From Oct. 5-31, What History Tells plans to recreate the exhilarating experience of sitting in George Mosse's classroom.

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Longtime, spirited philosophy professor Card dies

Claudia Card, who graduated from UW-Madison in 1962 and joined the faculty in 1969, was a pioneer in the area of feminist philosophy.

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L&S expert says pope's historic address to Congress will urge change

Giuliana Chamedes is an assistant professor of history who specializes in the study of the Vatican and political Christianity.

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UW-Madison, Kazakh students connect through new program

WisKaz gave students the opportunity to practice their foreign language skills and learn about each other's cultures.

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Humanities scholars receive ACLS fellowships

Mattie Burkert, Emily Callaci, Linda Chhath and Anthony Lovenheim Irwin are among the 2015 fellows of the American Council of Learned Societies.

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English's Kercheval wins NEA translation grant

The awards are designed to bring the work of writers around the globe to a larger audience.

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Mayrent Institute home to oldest surviving Yiddish music recordings

The institute recently acquired 12 Jewish cylinder recordings from the Chicago-based Thomas Lambert Company.

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Art history students turn colonial ledger into Smithsonian exhibit

The ledger of a colonial tobacco merchant now holds a prominent place in a new exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution, thanks largely to the work of Professor Ann Smart Martin and her students.

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Communication Arts' Lopez honored as Outstanding Woman of Color

Lori Kido Lopez studies the ways minority groups use media in the fight for social justice.

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