Owen V. Johnson, Adjunct Associate Professor Emeritus of History, published "Ernie Pyle & Harriet Davidson: Two Red-Headed Travelers" in Traces of Indiana & Midwestern History 32:3 (Summer 2020), pp. 46-55. Owen will present the paper "'That's All We Did For Him': The Story of Ernie Pyle and His Relationship to Blacks," at the annual convention of the American Journalism Historians Association online, October 2, as well as research in progress titled "Media and Nation in 20th Century Slovakia".
Sarah Knott wrote a short piece about radical forms of history writing for History Workshop: https://www.historyworkshop.org.uk/now-that-i-am-forever-with-child/
Mark Roseman's; book, Lives Reclaimed, was the subject of the seminar "Resistance and Rescue in History and Memory. Rethinking Opposition in the Third Reich" at the Institute for Holocaust, Genocide and Memory Studies, UMass Amherst, on September 23, 2020. The panel discussion with Alon Confino, Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann, and Rebecca Whittmann can be viewed on Youtube here.
2019 IU Ph.D. Daniel J. Story, Digital Librarian at UC Santa Cruz, has produced a documentary history podcast titled "Stories from the Epicenter," examining the experience and memory of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake in Santa Cruz County, California. The podcast will be released October 17, with an online launch event October 16 at 5:30pm PST. Learn more and listen to a trailer at the project's website.
Jakobi Williams gave a talk titled "Black Panther Party, Law and Order, and State Violence" for the Duke University Law School on September 30.