Last weekend Prof. David Steigerwald held a lunch for the 2018 and 2019 WWII program students. In this photo are Donald Dunn and the 2018 and 2019 Dunn Scholarship recipients (clockwise from Mr.
Ohio State history alum Selika Ducksworth-Lawton (Ph.D. 1994) has recently been named one of the most influential black leaders in Wisconsin by Madison365, a nonprofit online magazine.
Several flecks of blue pigment discovered to be lapis lazuli were found in the teeth of a female skeleton in Dalheim, Germany. The discovery led to exciting new revelations about women's role in medieval book illustration.
History Ph.D. Candidate Pietro Shakarian has written a guest column for The Plain Dealer about Anastas Mikoyan's U.S. visit 60 years ago and its ramifications. The article entitled, "Cleveland visit 60 years ago this week of No.