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For 22 years, Women and the Silent Screen (WSS), a biennial international conference sponsored by 

The Center for American Studies seeks two interns to help launch a new project, tentatively called History in Motion, exploring compelling cultural

Join Jason Resnikoff (History Department PhD Alum '19) and Nelson Lichtenstein for a virtual event celebrating the release of "Labor's End: How the

The Center for American Studies invites you to its annual Open House.

American Studies mourns the loss of Todd Gitlin, who taught a course on The Sixties for the Center for American Studies. Read more about his legacy

Roosevelt Montás's recent book, Rescuing Socrates: How the Great Books Changed My Life and Why They Matter for a New Generation, answers t

In an essay for the Wall Street Journal, Roosevelt Montás argues, "Far from being elitist, a college curriculum focused on the Western classics can

Labor’s End: How the Promise of Automation Degraded Work, explores the ideological origins of automation in the US in the middle of the tw

In this very personal book, Roosevelt reflects on the experience of immigrating to the United States as a teenager and attending Columbia as a low-