Every significant emancipation of black enslaved people in North America came with plans to relocate them to tropical areas, says a U. of I. historian.
Physicians played a key role in defining racial differences in the age of slavery, planting ideas that have carried to the present day, says a U. of I. historian in a new book.
Whether or not survivors share their stories publicly, they often carry lifelong scars associated with being sexually traumatized
Targeted marketing threatens to end the 'Super Bowl of ads' and to further erode privacy, says an Illinois advertising professor.
The current tax bill fits with a 30-year trend that doesn’t favor income from work, says sociologist Kevin Leicht
Women often don’t report sexual harassment because grievance procedures frequently take on the feel of litigation, an Illinois professor says.
Those who are more news media literate are less likely to believe conspiracy theories, even ones that resonate with their politics, a study suggests.
A U. of I. history professor takes a fresh look at the Russian Revolution on its centennial.
Mass killings may have increasing news coverage, but the events themselves have happened at a steady rate for more than a decade, according to a new study by University of Illinois researchers.
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