A Necessary Medium
Stars and Stripes... and Shamrocks?
“Go west, [old] man”
Ode to Peace or Prelude to War?
A Tale of Two Cemeteries
The Vietnam War as China’s Watershed
The Trolley Problem
Devotion and Decay
The Bracero Program
History at Vanderbilt: Keeping the Memory Alive
The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Media Portrayal of the Second Wave Feminist Era Kathryn Fuselier Clinton’s Intervention in Northern Ireland Sean M. Doyle
Horace Capron, Gilded Age Capitalism, and the Development of Hokkaido J. Austin Schaefer John F. Kennedy and the Civil Rights Crisis Daniel Ruprecht The Opening Ceremonies of the 1936 Berlin Olympics as Political Theater Samuel D. Smith The Paris Commune, the Haymarket Affair, and the Politics of Memorialization Paige E. Pendarvis Christian Talley
The Demise of the Streetcar in New Haven Jacob L. Wasserman Death in the Late Medieval Imagination Katherine Dixon Meaning in the Shadows Caleb Kahn Feiring A Historical Perspective on the Perpetuation of Isolated Labor Markets in South Texas Leigh Avera Adams through Jefferson and Beyond Shane Andrew Ewing The History of the Vanderbilt Holocaust Lecture Series Editorial Board of the Vanderbilt Historical Review
Published on Jan 11, 2016
The inaugural publication of the first and only journal of history at Vanderbilt University. Sponsored by the Department of History and Vand...