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A Telling Look At 'The Man Who Discovered Poverty'
The story is about the life of Michael Harrington, the author of "The Other America" and the book written about Harrington by professor Maurice Isserman. More ...
Peonies Were Once Described As "Like Roses, But Without Thorns And Having Flowers Twice The Size"
The story discusses the history and beauty of peonies. There is a reference to the hybridization of peonies by A.P. Saunders at Hamilton and the current garden of peonies in the Root Glen. More ...
Mao Blooms In Fairy Tale Of China Village
The story is about the contradictions of communist China. Chinese professor Cheng Li is quoted in the story. More ...
The Missing Voice Of Socialism
This is a favorable review of History Professor Maurice Isserman's "The Other American." More ...
Prime Time Jesus
The upcoming CBS series on Jesus is highlighted. The story concludes with observations by Religion Professor Steve Humphries-Brooks. More ...
Experts: Giuliani Senate Campaign Now In Serious Trouble
Government professor Phil Klinkner is quoted in this story about the New York Senate race. More ...
Behind The Personals
Story features study conducted by Anthropology Professor Doug Raybeck and his analysis of personal ads. More ...
Saint Dorothy Day?
This is an editorial by History Professor Maurice Isserman about Dorothy Day. More ...
The Last Socialist
This is a book review of History Professor Maurice Isserman's "The Other American." More ...
Culture Wars: The Banished Classics Stage A Counter Attack
Associate Dean and Classics Professor Barbara Gold is quoted in this article, making the point that feminist scholars have enlivened the classics field. More ...
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