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Professor Michael Bowers on writing the essential textbook on Nevada's political scoundrels and budget battles.
UNLV history professor Michael Green on why the state became a magnet for federal projects.
UNLV experts lead discussions during annual Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival Jan. 13-28
Snow is a near-magical experience in Las Vegas, preserved in photos long after the snow melts. Here are a few of our favorites from the UNLV archives.
Campus invited to celebration and exhibit tour Thursday, Nov. 16.
Faculty hire, expected as early as Fall 2018, will further position UNLV history department as leader in the study of the Intermountain West.
History professor finds the humanity in a Barrick Museum exhibit meditating on the minutiae of atomic testing history.
University Libraries and Vegas PBS dig into the archives to capture the stories of the city's African American community.
UNLV professor Andy Kirk's "Doom Towns" takes a ground-level view of ground zero, and presents it in the form of graphic novel about Las Vegas' position in the atomic firmament.
Professor Michael Green offers a history lesson in how to say the state's name.
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