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Queen Elizabeth II at Maryland football game

The Day the Queen Cheered on the Terps

With Elizabeth’s Passing, Revisit Her Historic Afternoon at UMD Football Game

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chief in Native dress with bow, arrows and lance listens to song being played on phonograph

Who Owns the Sounds and Images of Native People’s Pasts?

UMD Faculty Members Work to Reunite Native People With Archival Materials

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Nikole Hannah-Jones and Bonnie Thornton Dill on stage

Looking Back to ‘1619’

Author of Pulitzer-Winning Commentary on Slavery Says America Not Defined by a Single Story

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Turner Hall framed by cherry blossoms

Two Professors Named Andrew Carnegie Fellows

Sociologist Rashawn Ray and Historian Sarah Cameron Will Each Receive $200K to Support Research Projects

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Collage of Fawn Grove tomatoes can label and archival photos of canning

Book Pulls the Lid Off Canned Food’s History

Cupboard Staple’s Impact Goes Beyond the Dinner Table

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Man buckles in a crash test dummy

Hearing Echoes of Battle to Get Seat Belts to ‘Click’

Historian’s Smithsonian-Sponsored Project to Explore Tension Between Mandates and Public Safety

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Still from “Bridgerton”

The Dark Side of Period Dramas

Professor’s Book Examines Depictions of Sexual Assault in Popular TV Series

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Harriet Tubman

A Still-Living Legacy of Justice

Harriet Tubman Day Event Commemorates, Revitalizes Historic Figure

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Displaced Ukrainians board a train at Kyiv central train station

What’s Driving Putin’s Attack on Ukraine?

UMD Experts Find Echoes of Nazi, Soviet Showdowns in New Turmoil

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Three people view exhibit on the Tulsa Race Massacre

‘Eye-Opening’ Traveling Exhibit Reveals Atrocities of Tulsa Race Massacre

Display Will Be at School of Public Health, Its Ninth Stop on Campus, Until March 14

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Frederick Douglass Square on UMD campus

1856 Project Starts With Campus Community

Initiative Studying UMD’s Ties to Slavery to Hold Listening Sessions This Week

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Collage of images from late 1950s and 1960s

The (Digital) Sound of History

Newly Digitized Radio News Broadcasts Turn Up Volume on Mid-century America

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