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Students and faculty set out to uncover once-thriving Civil War-era African American settlement

1 month ago

Students use a magnetic gradiometer at Payne's CrossingFrom Ohio University News All that’s left of Payne’s Crossing, an African American settlement dating back to the 1800s, is remnants of the cemetery? Actually, there’s a lot more to discover about this once-thriving settlement founded by formerly enslaved people that likely served as a stop on the Underground Railroad. […]

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Duschinski Quoted in The Nation on ‘Silencing of Journalists in Kashmir’

2 months 3 weeks ago

Haley Duschinski, portraitDr, Haley Duschinski was interviewed for an article in The Nation headlined India’s Press Crackdown: The Silencing of Journalists in Kashmir, written by Suchitra Vijayan. Duschinski is associate professor of anthropology and graduate director of M.A. in Law, Justice & Culture program in the College of Arts & Sciences. Haley […]

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Summer 2022: Center for Law, Justice & Culture offers law-related graduate courses online

3 months 2 weeks ago

The Ohio University sundialFrom Ohio University News The Center for Law, Justice & Culture offers law-related online graduate courses for summer 2022. These courses are part of the M.A. in Law, Justice & Culture, which can be completed in person on campus or entirely online. The summer courses focus on the theoretical and […]

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