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John Grabowski on Ideastream

Professor John Grabowski recently appeared on Ideastream to discuss a virus outbreak which occurred in Cleveland long before even the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic. The illness, which was often referred to as the "ague," infecting many of Cleveland's earliest settlers in the area we now call Whiskey Island. Professor...

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Renee Sentilles on CMA blog

Henry Eldridge Bourne Professor of History Renee Sentilles recently contributed to the Cleveland Museum of Art's blog, "The Thinker." Professor Sentilles, who specializes in the History of American Women, traces the history behind the women working in the Tiffany Studios as the role of women in America changed over...

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Aviva Rothman in Physics Today

Assistant Professor Aviva Rothman, who specializes in the History of Science, recently published an article in Physics Today titled "Johannas Kepler's pursuit of harmony." The article focuses on the ways that Kepler connected his musical and cosmological vision of harmony to the harmonious interaction of humans on Earth during a...

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Naomi Rendina featured in American Historical Association article

Ph.D. candidate Naomi Rendina recently offered her perspective in an article published in the American Historical Association's (AHA) online newsmagazine Perspectives on History titled "Kids and Conferences: Balancing Parenthood and Professionalism." Rendina spoke about her experience navigating the logistics of parenthood in the professional academic world. Read the entire...

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