Associate Professor Angus Burgin was recently interviewed for NPR’s show Throughline on an episode called, “Capitalism: What Makes Us Free?” About the episode: What’s the role of government in society? […]
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The Electric Marronage digital humanities project, led by Jessica Marie Johnson, fosters Black exploration and expression free from the confines of traditional academia. A recent article from the Hub dives into the community, research, resources, and content being built by the digital collective of historians, women of color, students and faculty.
Professor Nathan D. Connolly is featured in the Spring 2021 Arts & Sciences Magazine, discussing his work on inequities in the U.S. housing aren and the long-lasting effects of the practice […]
Anna receives the Butler Prize for her essay ” ‘The Cravings of a Sensual Nose’: Snuff, Gender, and Sexuality in Britain, 1660-1820.” Roberts’ study of snuff, gender, and sexuality in […]
Sophia Loughlin has been awarded the 2021 Kouguell Prize for her thesis, “An Elusive Promise: Baltimore School Reform in the 1990s.” Loughlin’s thesis draws on oral interviews, commission reports, quantitative […]
Congratulations to Professor Martha Jones on winning the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in History for VANGUARD!
Congratulations to History PhD candidate, Vincenza Mazzeo, on being awarded the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) 2021 Linda Souter Humanities Award, the largest award in Canada for women in […]
Todd Shepard, professor of history, is among 184 artists, writers, scholars, and scientists to be awarded a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship. Sheoard is a scholar of modern European and colonial North African history and was recognized with a fellowship in the category of European and Latin American History.
Two projects run by Assistant Professor Jessica Marie Johnson, Taller Electric Marronage and LifexCode: Digital Humanities Against Enclosure, have been awarded the 2020 Garfinkel Prize in Digital Humanities from the […]
W. Caleb McDaniel, a 2006 History PhD alumnus, was recently featured in the Washington Post regarding his research into the extraordinary life of Henrietta Wood.