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Brian Linn has published his sixth monograph

Posted August 1, 2023

  Prof. Brian Linn has published his sixth monograph, Real Soldiering: The U.S. Army in the Aftermath of War, 1815-1980 (University Press of Kansas)! This comprehensive study reflects more than forty years of research into the history of the U.S. Army, focusing not on the bureaucratic decision-makers but instead centering troops in the field in […]

Jonathan Brunstedt awarded Arts and Humanities Fellow Grant

Posted July 25, 2023

  Three Texas A&M University College of Arts and Sciences faculty are among six selected campuswide by the Division of Research to receive three-year, $15,000 grants as members of Texas A&M’s newest class of Arts and Humanities Fellows.  

Dr. April Hatfield’s newest monograph, Boundaries of Belonging: English Jamaica and the Spanish Caribbean, 1655–1715

Posted March 3, 2023

  Dr. Hatfield reconstructs a wild world that goes beyond popular imagination in Boundaries of Belonging.   In the decades following England’s 1655 conquest of Spanish Jamaica, the western Caribbean was the site of overlapping and competing claims—to land, maritime spaces, and people.  English Jamaica, in the midst of Spanish American port towns and shipping lanes, […]