Collecting in the Moment: Rare Insight into the ‘60s
How the courageous efforts of the Wisconsin Historical Society have served future generations of the Vietnam War scholars.

The Historically Fraught Relations Between the FBI and Black Activists
Newly uncovered government documents about MLK provide a deeper glimpse into a history that is still unfolding.

New Dimensions in Testimony at Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall
First Mandarin-language New Dimensions in Testimony exhibit premieres at Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall.

Why Rosie the Riveter Still Inspires
Exploring resources that show how WWII workers began the fight for equal opportunities and equal pay.

Beyond the Musical: Who Was Alexander Hamilton?
"All the world acknowledge that, in America, the most eloquent orator, and the most skillful and perspicuous political writer, was Hamilton."

Documenting the Power of Petitions
Exploring British history through a popular form of political participation

What Did the CIA Really Know About the JFK Assassination?
The release of secret documents fuels the research passions of history buffs, scholars and conspiracy theorists.

A Message from Stephen Rhind-Tutt, Co-founder, Alexander Street
Stephen Rhind-Tutt takes a new role advising on all of ProQuest’s products and strategy rather than just Alexander Street’s.

The Flipside of Fake News: Appreciating Responsible Journalism
Using reliable news content to learn how to think like a journalist and become a critical news consumer.

Voices from the Trenches in WWI
November 11th is a day of remembering and honoring military veterans in the U.S., Great Britain, Canada, Australia and France.
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