A Ph.D. candidate in history at Rutgers University, Raechel Lutz explores in her essay the visual, historical, and scientific significance of a famous mural from the 1939 New York World's Fair.
Four Ithaca College students presented at the 2016 Phi Alpha Theta Upstate and Central New York Regional Conference hosted by the Ithaca College Department of History. Alyssa Gilliam, won a "Paper Award" for her research paper “For the Cultivation of Still Wider and More Unselfish Interests: Female university students and community in Great Britain, 1850-1910.”
Jonathan Ablard presented "Counterrevolution without Revolutionaries: Leftist Conspiracies in the Barracks and the Argentine Right, 1917-1922" to the Middle Atlantic Council on Latin American Studies Conference at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA on March 4, 2016.
Michael Smith's entry "Historical Thinking in the Digital Age" was posted to the OAH's blog Process: A Blog for American History on Oct. 15 as part of a series on digital history.