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Six animated shorts present work from Texas A&M Arts & Humanities Fellows

Each project is the result of a three-year grant that recognizes creativity and scholarship
History

How do communities respond to frequent, recurring natural disasters?

Doctoral candidate studies the implications of hurricanes and other catastrophes
History

D-Day invasion lay foundation for post-war Europe, A&M historian says

‘Almost no question’ Nazis lost World War II on the eastern front, scholar says
History

Who are Tejanos? Historian explains contributions to U.S. Southwest

Nation marks Hispanic Heritage Month
Arts

Animated shorts celebrate work of 3 Texas A&M Arts & Humanities Fellows

Each new video describes a creative or scholarly project recognized for its high value and supported by a three-year grant
Archaeology

A&M restores and returns cannons, including one used at Alamo battle

The other cannon, found at sea and donated by British music star Phil Collins, is ‘period correct’ for the Mexican Army in 1836
Civil engineering

‘No veteran ever dies’: Digital map will preserve and share legacies

Interdisciplinary team will develop GIS-based applications to memorialize veterans at three national cemeteries
Architecture

Arts & Humanities Fellows Program presents series of animated shorts

Fellows from Class of 2015 serve as narrators for new videos about research projects recognized for their creativity and scholarly value
Biology

Has an A&M biologist found ‘one of the Holy Grails of science history?’

Unidentified gentleman in ‘Portrait of a Mathematician’ could be 17th century scientist Robert Hooke