Shoshana Keller

Shoshana Keller, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of History, was invited to lead a session for Harvard University’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies as part of its Engaging Eurasia Teacher Fellowship program.

The program is a year-long, in-depth workshop on Eurasian history and culture for selected high school and community college teachers. Keller spoke about communist modernization in Soviet Central Asia on Jan. 17.

Related News

 Lisa Trivedi

Trivedi Co-Authors $500K Mellon Grant for ASIANetwork Pilot Project

Lisa Trivedi, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of History, is one of the authors of a $500,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation for a three-year ASIANetwork’s AAPI Voices and Stories Project Pilot. Here Trivedi talks about the project.

Maurice Isserman

The Nation Publishes Isserman’s “Why I Quit DSA”

“Why I Just Quit DSA,” an essay written by Professor of History Maurice Isserman, appeared in The Nation on Oct. 23.

Help us provide an accessible education, offer innovative resources and programs, and foster intellectual exploration.

Site Search