The winner of this year’s TS Eliot prize explores how race, masculinity, and immigration influence his understanding of Othello, one of Shakespeare’s most iconic characters.
Learn more about the first ever United States Census and the population of the thirteen colonies when it was taken in 1790.
Read about acts of courage that left a lasting impact during the American Civil War.
A new discovery in the Amazon unveils more information about the vibrant and complex civilization of the Upano people, who populated the region thousands of years ago.
Read about four Houston-based artists whose works of art shed light on immigrant experiences.
These international K-pop legends paused their music careers to serve their country.
Rebecca Rubin, the first ever Jewish American Girl Doll, educates a new generation on the Holocaust.
A new Broadway play, “Jaja’a African Hair Braiding,” spotlights people and experiences rarely represented in media. This video discusses the significance of the play’s characters and setting with the actors.
An exhibit at Brandeis University honors the lives of girls and women killed in the Holocaust through paintings, photographs, and first-hand accounts given by Holocaust survivor, Luisa Milch.
Kelvin Kiptum recently set an outstanding world record at the Chicago marathon, but his road to success has been anything but conventional. Learn more about his achievements, struggles, and goals.
Most of us have never heard of the Louisiana Native Guards, yet their impact in the American Civil War was tremendous. This History Ph.D. candidate is on a mission to tell their story.
India recently made history by landing the Pragyaan rover on the surface of the moon. Learn more about the scientific and historical significance of this Moon mission.
Theater plays a significant role in cultures around the world. Shakespeare Studies professor, Nicoleta Cinpoeş, experienced this fact first-hand as she watched a production of Romeo and Juliet staged in a bomb shelter.
Everyone knows that dogs are “man’s best friend.” However, most people don’t know the roles they served throughout American history in times of war, dating all the way back to the American Revolution.
In addition to climbing mountains and breaking records, Serene uses her skills as a platform for helping others.
The community of Lāhainā recruits volunteer translators to help immigrants impacted by the wildfires.
Learn more about a community of Jewish immigrants who left a lasting cultural impact on the other side of the world.
Extremely rare Civil War era coins both represent and make history. Read about how gold coins discovered in a Kentucky cornfield mark a significant historical moment.
Small objects sometimes lead to big discoveries. Learn how tiny, metallic spheres might point to alien technology in this short video clip.
Shakespeare, an iconic figure in English history, is celebrated and beloved by another significant English figure, King Charles. Read about how and why King Charles celebrates the 400-year anniversary of Shakespeare’s First Folio.