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  • Brian Linn wins Society for Military History career award

    Brian Linn has been selected by the council of the Society for Military History to receive the 2023 Samuel Eliot Morison Prize for his exemplary body of contributions to the field of military history over the course of his career.

  • Hoi-eun Kim

    Hoi-eun Kim wins two major external grants

    Hoi-eun has been selected for one of the National Endowment for the Humanities “Awards for Faculty” in the amount of $60,000 for his current book project, “Japanese Doctors in Colonial Korea (1910-1945): Medicine as Business, Education, and Imperial Collaboration.” He has also been awarded a “Korean Studies Grant” (in Academic Research category) from the Academy […]

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

    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, became […]

  • Dr. Takkara Brunson Wins Major Book Award

    Dr. Takkara Brunson’s book, Black Women, Citizenship, and the Making of Modern Cuba (University of Florida Press, 2021), was selected as one of two winners of the Letitia Woods Brown Book prize for African American women’s history! This prize is bestowed annually by the Association of Black Women Historians and is a terrific and well-deserved […]

  • David Vaught publishes scholarly biography of Hall of Fame Baseball Pitcher

    David Vaught has published his fourth research monograph, Spitter: Baseball’s Notorious Gaylord Perry (Texas A&M University Press). Check out the blurbs on the Press website! Written for both scholarly and general audiences, Spitter is the first full-length biography of Hall of Fame pitcher Gaylord Perry—the notorious spitballer.

  • Sonia Hernandez

    College of Arts & Sciences interviews Dr. Sonia Hernandez for National Hispanic Heritage Month

    In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the College of Arts and Sciences talks to History Associate Professor Sonia Hernández about the nonprofit public history project she helped found. 

  • Manuel (Manny) Grajales ’22: The Story of Us

    For this first generation student, history is more than just names and dates, it’s the story of who we are.

  • Brian Linn publishes book chapter in Empire’s Violent End

    Brian Linn has a new book chapter out, “’The normal order of things’: Contextualizing ‘technical violence’ in the Netherlands-Indonesia War,” co-authored with Azarja Harmmany in Empire’s Violent End:  Comparing British, Dutch, and French Wars of Decolonization, 1945-1962.

  • Adam Seipp publishes article in War & Society

    New Associate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences Adam Seipp published “Fulda Gap:  A Board Game, West German Society, and a Battle that Never Happened, 1975-85,” in the premier journal in his field, War & Society.

  • Andrew Kirkendall

    Andy Kirkendall publishes “Hemispheric Alliances”

    Dr. Andrew J. Kirkendall has just published his latest book, Hemispheric Alliances:  Liberal Democrats and Cold War Latin America, with the University of North Carolina Press.