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RRCHNM Events

Jessica Mack @ CLAH 2021

Dr. Jessica Mack, a postdoctoral fellow at RRCHNM, will chair and present in a panel titled "Building Modernization: Urban Megaprojects in 20th Century Latin America" at the Conference on Latin American History's 2021 annual meeting. Dr. Mack will present her work titled "Building the Lettered City: Planning and Construction in Ciudad Universitaria, 1950-54." You can watch the panel online on Sunday, January 10, at 4:30 p.m. See all events

News

New Grant from Library of Congress to Create Teaching Resources for Pre-Service Teachers

RRCHNM is excited to announce a new grant award from the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program. As part of the grant, RRCHNM will develop teaching resources on difficult to teach topics with a focus on teaching the history of religion in the United States in K-12 schools. Teachers, especially if they are […]

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Featured Project

Mapping the University

A large aerial photograph of George Mason University and the surrounding Fairfax area.

Mapping the University is an interdisciplinary, collaborative research project that will analyze Virginia campus histories using university archives, digital mapping, and aerial photographs. As universities across the U.S. reckon with their institutional histories—including difficult histories of slavery, exclusion, segregation and bias in higher education—it is essential to examine how these histories left traces on the physical […]

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