Researchers at the Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life are helping us understand the state of our digital political spheres.
Divya Aikat studies women’s health through new lenses.
Michelle Freeman uncovers how clergy and laity revered saints in the fourth to sixth centuries to improve cultural understanding today.
With enthusiasm and ingenuity, Bret Devereaux reexamines the success of the Roman Empire.
Margot Midkiff strives to help communities hit by natural disasters.
Caela O’Connell studies how people relate to social and environmental problems.
Jamilläh Rodriguez is fascinated by understudied and endangered languages.
PhD student Samuel Akau engenders creative, participatory public policies.
This summer, undergraduates are experiencing history firsthand as part of the archaeology program’s field school
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