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- Media Shelf (Fall 2007)
“The Creation-Evolution Debate: Historical Perspective” is profiled in the Book section.
- War: Weaker Nations Often Prevail (Fall 2007)
By plugging key variables into a mathematical model, researchers can predict the probability of victory in war.
- Seeds of Tyranny (Spring 2007)
Only by understanding the history of totalitarianism can we prevent its reoccurrence.
- Media Shelf (Winter 2007)
“Theodore Roosevelt and World Order” is profiled in the Books section.
- Media Shelf (Fall 2006)
“Away Down South,” “A History of the French New Wave Cinema,” “Stalin’s Great Science” and “Roman Tragedy” are profiled in the Books section.
- A Powerful Legacy for Black Education (Fall 2006)
Research on the formal education of freed slaves in the American South from the Civil War to Reconstruction.
- Media Shelf (Summer 2006)
“Evolution: The Remarkable History of a Scientific Theory” and “The Times and Trials of Anne Hutchinson” are profiled in the Books section.
- Media Shelf (Fall/Winter 2005)
“Past Imperfect: Facts, Fiction and Fraud in the Writing of American History” is profiled in the Books section.
- In Black and White (Summer 2005)
Literature by 19th century French women gives new insight into slavery.
- Dragon Slayer (Summer 2001)
Old literary legends from many lands may have a common ancestor.
- Rocks of Ages (Summer 2001)
By analyzing an ancient marble quarry, a UGA student sheds light on mysteries of the past.
- Digging up the Past (Winter 2000)
Archaeologist Mark Williams uncovers the hidden world of Georgia's ancient Indian chiefdoms.
- The Other
Booth (Spring 1996)
John Ammerman explores the life of renowned 19th century Shakespearean actor
Edwin Booth, brother of the infamous John
- Power, Politics and Prejudice (Winter 1995)
A powerful idea, an informal justice system and a battered
economy ignited a powder keg of violence in the South,
resulting in half a century of lynchings.
- A New View of the Invisible Woman (Spring 1993)
Associate Professor Peggy Kreshel reveals the early history of women in advertising.
- Knights of the Air (Spring 1992)
John Morrow looks at the early days of wartime aviation, when pilots were seen as gallant knights riding airborne steeds.
- Wings of War (Spring 1992)
John Morrow delved deep beneath the myths of WWI aviation to study
how the major powers developed their aerialforces. Now he has
constructed a different interpretaion of the importance of early
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