Author Archives: Grace Lange

US-Indian Relations Honors Review

Grace Lange ’12   On December 1st, 2011, senior history major Becca Solnit presented her honors research at Dickinson College. In attendance were several history students, including those from my US Diplomatic History course, and faculty from the history department. Solnit … Continue reading

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An Heir to an Execution

In the movie “An Heir to an Execution,” Ivy Meeropol investigates the story of her grandparents, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, who were convicted of sharing information with the Soviets about the atomic bomb. Meeropol’s father raised her thinking that the … Continue reading

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Between Rhetoric and Policies

By Grace Lange ’12   On Thursday October 6, 2011, James Mann came to Dickinson College to give a talk at the Clarke Forum. The talk was titled “Political Parties and U.S. Foreign Policy.” Mann’s talk emphasized the distinction between … Continue reading

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How to Perceive Threats: Looking Past 9/11

By Grace Lange ’12 On Tuesday September 13th, Philip Zelikow came to Dickinson College to give a talk at the Clarke Forum titled, The Twighlight War. Philip Zelikow is the former Executive Director the 9/11 Commission which reports on the 2001 attack, … Continue reading

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