Animation student TJ LaLonde '24 has been named a Fall 2023 Rising Researcher for their outstanding research exploring LGBTQ+ experiences through art.
Local Black History Project, Including UMass Amherst Researchers, Among Recipients of Major NEH Grant Expanding Public Access to Records on the History of Slavery
A team of UMass Amherst faculty, librarians, staff, students, and their partners have received an NEH grant in support of a local Black History project.
Journalist, author and antiwar organizer Norman Solomon will present the second annual Ellsberg Lecture, titled “The Madness of Militarism" on Nov. 15.
Ellsberg Initiative for Peace and Democracy to Host Documentary Film Screening and Virtual Discussion Featuring Whistleblowers of Drone Warfare Nov. 1
History's Samuel Redman Quoted in New York Times Article on American Museum of Natural History Collection of Human Remains
History's Samuel Redman is quoted in a New York Times article on the American Museum of Natural History's collection of human remains.
Joel Wolfe, professor and graduate program director in the UMass Amherst Department of History, recently published his third book, “Brazil,” with Polity Books.
Professor of History Marla Miller and Associate Professor of Architecture Pari Riahi have been named associate deans for the College of Humanities & Fine Arts.
Doctoral Student in History Jessica Scott Helps Highlight Worker Voices in Exhibit on Springfield Armory
Jessica Scott, a doctoral student at the history department, is working with the Friends of the Armory to put together an event called “Voices of the Armory.”
Elizabeth Sharrow, associate professor of history, has published a new book examining the half-century legacy of Title IX's passage.
History's Samuel J. Redman was interviewed for a Boston Globe article on a recently discovered conspiracy to sell human remains on a grisly illicit market.
In this personal letter from history alumnus and founder of GroundTruth Project, Charles Sennott '84 fondly remembers 'seeker of truth' Daniel Ellsberg.