Historian Draws Parallels Between The 1918 Spanish Flu And Today's Coronavirus Pandemic
An interview with historian Kenneth C. Davis about his book on the 1918 outbreak, "More Deadly than War."
"Disposable Workers" Doing Essential Jobs
Labor historian John Logan reflects on how the coronavirus crisis has impacted Americans' attitudes towards workers.
Video Chat Is Helping Us Stay Connected in Lockdown. But the Tech Was Once a ‘Spectacular Flop’
by Francine Uenuma
The first video-call technology was demonstrated in 1927, but the idea was largely a failure in the years that followed. Here's why.
SOURCE: LA Times
As Asian Americans Face Racist Attacks, a PBS Series Celebrates their Unsung History
The five-part docuseries “Asian Americans” features historians and artists like Hari Kondabolu, Viet Thanh Nguyen and Randall Park while highlighting milestones in the history of the country’s fastest-growing demographic.
In The Coronavirus, Historians See Echoes of Past Pandemics
Science has progressed, sure, but leaders have ignored other lessons, argues historian Graham Mooney.
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