OH Blog and News

Repost: Working 9 to 5: Ohio Women’s Push for Equality in the Workplace

Published: September 7, 2020

With the coming of Labor Day this year thought it would be good to re-post this article from the first edition of Pathways in spring 2017. It’s about the 9to5 movement for gender equality in the workplace—and the wit, strength, and… Read More

Call for Applications: 2021 HWW National Predoc Career Diversity Workshop

Published: September 3, 2020

In summer 2021, Humanities Without Walls is holding its first online, national, virtual summer workshop for doctoral students interested in learning about careers outside of the academy and/or the tenure track system. Through a series of workshops, talks, and virtual field trips, participants learn how to leverage their skills and… Read More

The Herodotos Project: Towards an ethnohistory of the ancient world

Published: September 3, 2020

By Christopher Brown, Marie-Catherine de Marneffe, Micha Elsner, and Brian D. Joseph The ancient Greek writer Herodotos (484–425 BCE) is often referred to as the Father of History: his Histories tell… Read More

The Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Streets, by Roger Burns

Published: September 2, 2020

Recently I finished reading The Address Book: What Street Addresses Reveal About Identity, Race, Wealth and Power, by Deirde Mask. It is a fascinating collection of essays about the importance of… Read More

Conversations at Home: Richard M. Nixon

Published: September 1, 2020

I see the face of a child. He lives in a great city. He is black. Or he is white. He is Mexican, Italian, Polish. None of that matters. What matters, he’s an American child. – Richard M. Nixon… Read More

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