News & Announcements Archive

SSHRC Fellowship

SSHRC Fellowship
Congratulations to Jeremy Fradkin who has been awarded an SSHRC Fellowship for next year!

Amanda Herbert awarded Book Prize

Congratulations to Amanda Herbert, a recent JHU PhD, who has been awarded the book prize of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women for the best book on women […]

Mintz Student Fellowship

Congratulations to Alexey Krichtal who has been awarded a Mintz Student Fellowship for Field Research to support his project, “Liverpool and Cotton: In the history of capitalism, industrialization, slavery, and the […]

2016 Guggenheim Fellowships

Congratulations to Department Alumnus, Eliga Gould, and to Department Alumna, Nadja Durbach, for receiving Guggenheim Fellowships for 2016!

2016-17 Dean’s Teaching Fellows

Congratulations to our 2016-17 Dean’s Teaching Fellows: Christopher Consolino, Nathan Daniels, Jessica Levy, Lauren MacDonald, Sara Rahnama, Kate Sohasky, Mimi Stewart, Rebecca Stoil, Brendan Goldman, John Harris, Neil Weijer, and […]

2015 SACRPH Awards

Congratulations to Mo Speller, who has won the Student Research Paper Prize for 2015 from the Society of American City and Regional Planning History (SACRPH) for his essay “From Redliners to […]

Who Bankrolled Jim Crow?

History graduate student, Paige Glotzer, wrote an article in the Public Seminar titled, “Who Bankrolled Jim Crow?” which focuses on housing discrimination in Baltimore.

Early Modern China in the Late Imperial World Workshop

Oct. 15-16: To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the journal Late Imperial China and the Society for Qing Studies, this workshop will reflect on the place of Ming-Qing China in global and regional histories. Click to learn more.

Prof. Kwass Wins Book Award

Prof. Kwass Wins Book Award
Congratulations to Professor Michael Kwass, who has been awarded the American Historical Association’s J.Russell Major Prize for French history for his book Contraband (Harvard 2014).

Recent PhD Wins Awards

Congratulations to Greg O’Malley, a recent JHU PhD, who has been awarded the American Historical Association’s Morris D.Forkosh Prize in the field of British, British Imperial, or British Commonwealth history since […]