How we use memories to make decisions is a new area of research within developmental psychology. New studies by UNH researchers are underway. ›› Read more.
On the Boards
This January, 1,400 college students and professors from the New England states and New York will descend upon the Durham campus. For five days, they’ll be screaming and crying, laughing and singing, fighting and maybe even—well—dying, in a sense. These are “theatre people,” gathering for the Region 1 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF), hosted both this year and next by UNH. ›› Read more.
The New Story of Civil Rights
You’ve heard it before. The Civil Rights Movement in America began in 1955 when Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat to a white passenger in Montgomery. It ended in 1968 when Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated outside his hotel in Memphis. This rendering of the Civil Rights “story” is common. But it isn’t the full story by any means, according to a dozen or so historians who gathered at UNH in November to take part in a conference called “Expanding Civil Rights History in Time and Space.” ›› Read more.
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