Empires at War 1911-1923, edited by Robert Gerwarth and Erez Manela, "offers a new perspective on the history of the Great War, looking at the war beyond the generally-accepted 1914-1918 timeline, and as a global war between empires, rather than a European war between nation-states."
Marco Basile, JD /PhD in our program and tutor in Lowell House and a History House adviser, was recognized for winning the John R. Marquand Prize for Exceptional Advising and Counseling of Harvard Undergraduates. The Award award has been granted annually by the Undergraduate Council since 2001. Read more about Marco Basile wins John R. Marquand Prize
McCormick, the Francis Goelet Professor of Medieval History and chair of the Initiative for the Science of the Human Past at Harvard, will lead a project aimed at constructing the most detailed historical record yet of European climate. Read the full story here.