Who Is Responsible? An Interview with Tracy Neumann on “Remaking the Rustbelt” and the Transnational Fortunes of Post-Industrial America and Canada

Pittsburgh, in case you haven’t heard, is on the rise. But don’t take it from us. The Economist Intelligence Unit has ranked Pittsburgh as the most livable city in the United States. Zagat calls it the #1 food city in the United States. Money magazine names it one of the best places to live in … Continue reading Who Is Responsible? An Interview with Tracy Neumann on “Remaking the Rustbelt” and the Transnational Fortunes of Post-Industrial America and Canada

Assistant Professorship in Global and Transnational History, University of Waterloo

As the fall season approaches, more and more job openings are being posted–not least in the field of global and transnational history. The latest opportunity comes from the University of Waterloo (in Ontario, Canada, about an hour-and-a-half west of Toronto), with a call for applications as follows: The Department of History in the Faculty of … Continue reading Assistant Professorship in Global and Transnational History, University of Waterloo