Stories in Topic: Culture and Society

  • 03.21.13 - Student Organization Earns National Recognition
  • 03.07.13 - Professor Invited to White House Meeting on Teen Violence
    Katie Edwards, assistant professor of psychology and women’s studies, recently was one of a select group of researchers to attend the “1 is 2 Many Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month” event at the White House.
  • 03.07.13 - Remedy for Depression?
    Timothy Warner, Ph.D. candidate in psychology
  • 03.07.13 - Children of Balkan War Trauma Victims Struggling, UNH Research Finds
    UNH Researcher Finds Parents’ Lack of Treatment for War Trauma is Causing Problems for Their Children
  • 02.28.13 - CSI Durham
    Melanie Johnson ’13 is a Spanish and justice studies dual major with minors in sociology and forensics. She hopes to enter the UNH master’s program in justice studies this summer.
  • 02.28.13 - UNH Women's Studies Launches 'Who Needs Feminism' Campaign
    Molly Branch exhibits a poster created for the Women's Studies Program's "Who Needs Feminism" campaign on Thursday, February 14, 2013.
  • 02.21.13 - Prevention Innovations
    Clockwise from back left: Caroline Leyva, Katie Edwards, Vicki Banyard, Mary Mayhew, Sharon Murphy, Sharyn Potter, Jane Stapleton, Mary Moynihan, and Robert Eckstein.
  • 01.24.13 - UNH British Historian Explains Appeal of Downton Abbey
    When World War I hero Matthew Crawley dropped to one knee in the swirling snow and finally proposed to Lady Mary Crawley in the season two finale of the popular PBS drama “Downton Abbey,” it was the culmination of a romance ensconced in an elegant and nostalgic lifestyle that has captured the imaginations of American viewers. But what was it like to live in 20th century Edwardian England, especially for women, and why does it intrigue so many of us?