The authors and editors covered a wide range of topics, including boycotts and protests, the tragic events surrounding Los Seis de Boulder, and the friction between the Chicanx student community and the CU Boulder administration. The activist newspaper also served as a creative platform for poetry, art, and literature. This project, Digital El Diario, aims to highlight that history through five interdisciplinary readings of the newspaper that employ Digital Humanities methods, techniques, and values. Most of all, by way of publishing the entire corpus of El Diario, we hope others will explore, interrogate, and celebrate the history of Chicanx student activism.
an accessible, accurate, principled, and resource-rich history of United States foreign policy. Launched in October 2015 by Roger Peace, Historians for Peace and Democracy and Peace History Society became sponsors the following year.
the purpose of this website is: to provide a coherent overview of United States foreign policies written for the general public and undergraduate students; to examine great debates over U.S. foreign policies and wars, and to evaluate U.S. foreign policies and wars from a principled perspective, one that reflects ”just war” and international humanitarian norms today.