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  • Mt+McGregor+prison
    Justice and rehabilitation, inequity and immobility, and other complex issues of mass incarceration in America are themes in a faculty-student project that's part of a national traveling show.
    Sep 21 2017
  • American+west
    This year's public Kuroda Symposium offers a lecture on the American West as well as student papers and discussions, April 14-15.
    Apr 10 2017
  • Skidmore News
    This year's public Kuroda Symposium offers a lecture on the American West as well as student papers and discussions, April 14-15.
    Apr 10 2017
  • Skidmore News
    At a time when many Americans are disillusioned with politics and government, and against the backdrop of this fall's heated presidential election campaigns, Skidmore's Tang Museum is offering an opportunity for visitors to step back and re-engage with their Constitution and renew their sense of citizenship.
    Oct 23 2012
  • Skidmore News
    At a time when many Americans are disillusioned with politics and government, and against the backdrop of this fall's heated presidential election campaigns, the Tang Museum is offering an opportunity for visitors to step back and re-engage with their Constitution and renew their sense of citizenship.
    Sep 28 2012
  • Skidmore News
    Eric Morser of Skidmore's History Department is the author of a new book, Hinterland Dreams, which examines the development of the Midwest in the 19th century by focusing on small cities like La Crosse, Wisc.
    Dec 16 2010
  • Skidmore News
    His research demonstrates the degree to which gender was a motivating issue in the conversation about British empire and national identity by recognizing the broad-ranging attacks made against women as part of the 'nabob controversy'.
    Aug 20 2010