Professor Tobie Meyer-Fong’s book, What Remains: Coming to Terms with Civil War in 19th Century China, featured in the ‘What We’re Reading’ section, of the Foreign Policy article, “What is Beijing Planning for Hong Kong?” where it’s suggested that the book’s topic resonates with the current political climate and violence in Hong Kong.
News & Announcements Archive
Please join Henry Farrell, Jessica Marie Johnson, and the SNF Agora Institute on Monday, October 28, for an informal lunchtime discussion on public scholarship in the academy. Our panelists will offer a few brief remarks on their own work, and then take questions about the way faculty and graduate students can effectively use op-eds, blogs, digital […]
Congratulations to Professor Martha S. Jones on winning the 2019 American Historical Association’s Littleton-Griswold Prize in U.S. law and society for her book, Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in Antebellum America (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2018)! The AHA offers annual prizes honoring exceptional books, distinguished teaching and mentoring in the classroom, public history, […]
Jessica Marie Johnson Presents at the 2019 Lapidus Center Conference at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture Johnson will be presenting on the Saturday Plenary “Slavery and the Digital Humanities” with Bryan Wagner, Daryle Williams, and Jessica Parr. October 10-12, 2019 Please join us for the 2019 Lapidus Center Conference entitled “Enduring Slavery: […]
Two of our department’s historians, N.D.B. Connolly and Martha S. Jones, weigh in on how racism has historically shaped conversations about citizenship in the United States in recent The Boston Globe article, “The long, sordid history behind Trump’s ‘go back’ to your country comments.”
Congratulations to Professor H. Yumi Kim on being awarded the 2019 Berkshire Conference of Women Historian’s Article Prize for her article, “Seeing Cages: Photographs of home Confinement in Early Twentieth-Century Japan” in The Journal of Asian Studies, 77, no. 3 (August 2018): 635-658.
Congratulations to recent PhD graduate, Jessica Levy, on winning the 2019 Betty M. Unterberger Dissertation Prize from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR)! She is currently a postdoctoral research associate, in the Department of African American Studies, at Princeton University.
Congratulations to Professors Gabrielle Spiegel and David Thomas on winning the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Mentoring! The award is given to faculty members who are recognized for their commitment, expertise, and caring in helping students and mentees achieve their academic and professional goals. “Spiegel has mentored junior and mid-career faculty for almost three […]
Congratulations to Morgan Shahan on winning the Toby Ditz Prize for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching for her Fall 2017 Dean’s Teaching Fellowship course AS.100.328 Caged America: Policing, Confinement, and Criminality in the “Land of the Free.” In addition to the importance of her scholarship, Toby Ditz was a remarkable mentor and teacher, deeply committed […]
Congratulations to Dominique Hazzard on winning the 2019 Butler Prize for her first year paper titled, “”Consumer Action”: The District of Columbia’s 1968 Unrest in Context.” The Butler Prize is awarded annually to the best paper written by a first-year student. Each year the chair of the department appoints a faculty committee to select the […]