Kassow talked of his first-hand experiences with journalists in Warsaw and Lodz ghettos.
Mel Gibson continues his trend of unexpectedly violent, self-indulgent yet still impressive filmmaking in his first movie in 10 years.
Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard do the best they can with a lackluster screenplay from Steven Knight.
Professor Franklin Odo gives lecture on the legacy and the Japanese American Experience of Internment Camps
Odo talked about the mixed reactions of using more blunt terms such as “concentration camps” to describe the camps in the U.S.
Millennials could influence the outcome of major elections.
Is America standing up for its values? Andrew Castillo doesn’t think it is.
Frank Schulze compares democratization in post-WWII Japan to democratization efforts in the Middle East, and argues that Japan was a special case that cannot be generalized.
Ian Hagerty discusses the Syrian civil war and its actors to illustrate how the U.S. and Russia are similar powers.
Samuel Kassow, Charles H. Northam Professor of History at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., answered that question in his lecture called “History and Catastrophe: Emanuel Ringelblum in the Warsaw Ghetto” last Wednesday.
Collegian columnist Matt Kushi wants to know what our objectives in Iraq and Afghanistan are and what we hope to accomplish over there.