Monthly Archives: February 2014

Climate and History

by Will Katerberg. Everything has a history, but it’s easy not to notice. Partly that’s because we associate “history” with humanity, not the rest of the natural world. Partly it’s because some things seem timeless and unchanging, such as climate. … Continue reading

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“Using” Your History Major

by Doug Howard. The phrase, “I’m not really using my history major,” should be banished from the vocabulary of history grads! Ten years out—no, five—you’re probably not going to remember more than a few of the facts you learned in … Continue reading

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Calvin’s Unknown Rare Art Treasure

by Frans van Liere. Calvin College owns one medieval manuscript. At least, it is part of a manuscript: seven leaves, containing a liturgical calendar, which at one point was part of a medieval Psalter or prayer book. It contains one … Continue reading

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