In a “Gran Final” of Hispanic Heritage Month, Public History students from St. Mary’s University will screen their film, “Tejano Defenders of the Rio Grande: a 150th Celebration,” at the Tobin Center on Oct.
We tend to think of autism as a modern disease — “the unique disorder of our uniquely disordered times," as author Steve Silberman writes in a new book. But that idea, he says, doesn't quite square with the facts.
Our Rich History: Covington started as a subdivision of lots — the early ... User-generated content (press release) (registration) Paul A. Tenkotte (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Professor of History and Director of the Center for Public History at NKU.
As was reported last month in the Pekin Daily Times, the Tazewell County Sheriff’s Department is considering the creation of a memorial for the three Tazewell County law enforcement officers who have been killed in the line of duty.
In “1944: FDR and the Year that Changed History,” author Jay Winik writes that FDR, the man widely considered one of our greatest presidents, provided little help to the millions of Jews whom the Nazis were busy rounding up and sending off to...
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