A project of the Villanova University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Amid concerns that democracy may be in danger in the U.S. and around the world, the Lepage Center takes a step back to examine the origins of democracy, its applications, where it has delivered on its promises, and where it has fallen short.
The Lepage Center examines this tumultuous year and its relevance to today
by Jason Steinhauer
An interview with Lithuania's IQ:The Economist (in Lithuanian)
Two historians and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist tackle the fake news crisis
Lectures in Europe with the U.S. Department of State
Bringing historical perspective to business leaders
Two history students help the Lepage Center communicate historical scholarship to diverse audiences and broaden their history communication skills.
The Twitter problem that could change history
History and public policy roundtable
Networks let us down when they don't put historians on TV