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(Re)viewing old Algeria

Turn-of-the-century French photos of Algeria, on view at Skidmore's Tang Museum, reveal not just the idylls of European exoticism but also crucial paradoxes of imperialism, power, and identity. More.

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Kimberly Mitchell

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Black History Month means...

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Student clubs and campus offices mark Black History Month with a range of public events, but how does it resonate with individual students? More.

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Amber Wiley

Assistant Professor of American Studies and award-winning architectural and urban historian Amber Wiley knows what makes a particular place stand out. More.

"What in God's name" happened in 2016?

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The Department of Political Science welcomed Clemson University political science professor Laura Olson for her lecture, What in God's Name," Religion and Politics in the 2016 Presidential Election." More.

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Arwa Damon ’99

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For more than 28 hours on Nov. 4-5, CNN senior international correspondent Arwa Damon '99 and photojournalist Brice Laine were with Iraqi special forces during their push into ISIS-held Mosul. Ambushed by a suicide car bomb and under fire, they got out to tell their harrowing story. More

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, February 20, 2017

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