Located in the heart of campus, the Wisconsin Historical Society’s Library Reading Room is a treasured study spot for UW students. Photo by Craig Schreiner, Wisconsin State Journal.
Researchers will lead a new center that will examine the effects of digital communications on democracy.
George Mosse was a pioneering historian and authority on Nazism who himself fled the Nazi regime. Students flocked to his UW classes, drawn by his charismatic style and his insights into European cultural history.
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