Impeachment Offers Unique Teaching Opportunity in American Politics
As the November 2020 presidential election approaches, political science professor Scott N. Nolan shares a short history of presidential impeachment, a contemporary review of the process, and how he brings the subject to his classroom at Tulane.
NEH Supports Research on Brazilian Musician Tom Zé
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Spanish & Portuguese professor Christopher Dunn a grant to continue his research on tropicália musician Tom Zé.
A Fresh Look at the Forefather of the Renaissance, Cimabue
Art history professor Holly Flora traveled to Italy in January to accept the Premio San Francesco for her new book on the artist Cimabue.
Interpreting Our Environment
Environmental Studies senior Darrah Fox Bach explores the relationship between home and climate change following a conversation between authors Sarah M. Broom and Van Newkirk at Tulane this month.
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