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Professor's Book Examines Photos of Women in France During World War I

Professor's Book Examines Photos of Women in France During World War ISeptember 2, 2014
Nicole Hudgins, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences and director of its undergraduate history program, has shed light on the role of women in France during World War I with her new book, Hold Still, Madame: Wartime Gender and the Photography of Women in France during the Great War. The book, which combines text and period photographs, investigates the various ways that women were portrayed throughout the conflict.

Law Professor: Federal Subpoenas in Md. Health Exchange Case May Signal Something 'Serious'

Law Professor: Federal Subpoenas in Md. Health Exchange Case May Signal Something 'Serious'August 27, 2014
In an interview in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer says that newly announced federal subpoenas in the ongoing investigation of the Maryland health exchange may signal that a "serious" problem has been uncovered by investigators.

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