News & Announcements Archive


Angus Burgin on NPR’s Throughline

Angus Burgin on NPR’s Throughline
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? […]


“A Space for Love”: Electric Marronage Digital Humanities Project

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.


A World More Complete

A World More Complete
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 Roberts awarded the 2021 Butler Prize

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 […]


Todd Shepard awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Todd Shepard awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
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.