EVENT: Yom HaShoah invitation: Pinchas Gutter's incredible Holocaust survival story (April 18, 12:00 pm RSVP)

The incredible story of Pinchas Gutter, who survived the Warsaw Ghetto and multiple concentration camps.  Please join the webinar with Mr. Gutter on April 18, 2023, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. (ET)

Sponsored by the Touro University Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust.

Audio: Hagley History Hangout, New Episode: Mark Rose

Since World War II the old industrial cities of the northeast and Midwest USA have repeatedly sought to end periods of decline by seeking to renew their downtowns. Convention centers, sports stadiums, hospitals, and tourist-oriented investment have all been deployed in an effort to restore a tax base and reinvigorate urban areas.

Audio: Hagley History Hangout, New Episode: Kevin Bunch

Kevin Bunch is a writer and communications specialist for the International Joint Commission and an independent researcher of video game history, centered his research at Hagley on RCA in the 1970s. In 1977 RCA released their own home video game console, the RCA Studio II. The device, which played games in black and white, had five built-in games and 11 cartridges released over the course of it’s short life- it was discontinued in 1978.

Audio: Hagley History Hangout, New Episode Available: Alexander Liebman

Historians of technology once famously asked, “does technology drive history?” Their answer was, “it depends.” The phenomena of history do not float atop of the changes within material practices and technology, but neither do they stand apart from them; the two are intimately intwined in the contingent, in

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Scholars have written histories of public relations. Scholars have written histories of labor. Scholars had yet to bring the two histories into conversation with one another, that is until Patricia Curtin, professor at the University of Oregon, started her latest book project. Dr.

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