“The Birth of Online Peer-Reviewed Journals in Buddhism: The Story of the
Journal of Buddhist Ethics and the Journal of Global Buddhism.” In Buddhism,
the Internet and Digital Media: The Pixel in the Lotus. Edited by Daniel
Veidlinger and Gregory Grieve. London: Routledge, 2015, pp. 79-92.
“When the Iron Bird Flies: Seeking Western Buddhism in the Classroom.” In
Teaching Buddhism. Edited by Gary DeAngelis and Todd Lewis. New York: Oxford
University Press, 2016, pp. 213-236.
"The Emergence of American Buddhism.” In The Buddhist World. Edited by John
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Congratulations to Emily Seitz! Emily has written a piece for the blog Nursing Clio.
Congratulations to ShaVonte’ Mills! ShaVonte has won an Archie K. Davis Fellowship from the North Caroliniana Society. The fellowship will offset research expenses as she travels to North Carolina to conduct research for one of her master's papers.
Congratulations to Lior Sternfeld! Lior has received the 2016 Center for Global Studies (CGS) Career Development Award for your project “Integrated After All: Iranian Jews in the 20th Century.”
Congratulations to Sophie de Schaepdrijver! The Leverhulme Trust has awarded her a Visiting Professor grant for the coming academic year. This grant was applied for on her behalf, by the History Department of the University of Kent. She will give a series of public Leverhulme Lectures, give masterclasses, organize an international colloquium, present papers, curate an exhibition, and connect with First World War research institutes in France, Germany, and Belgium.
Congratulations to Jonathan Brockopp! Jonathan has received a Digital Humanities Grant from Penn State's Center for Humanities and Information. He will use this grant, along with a course release from the Associate Dean's office, to explore major funding to preserve and digitize an important collection of Arabic manuscripts in Kairouan, Tunisia.
Congratulations to Chris Valesey! Chris received a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship from Vanderbilt University to participate in the Intermediate-level Nahuatl program at Yale University this summer.
Congratulations to Megan McDonie McDonie! Megan received a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship from Tulane University to participate in Tulane's Intermediate-level Kaqchikel Maya program in Antigua, Guatemala this summer. Megan has also received the SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship.
Congratulations to Sara Kern! Sara received a travel grant for Duke University's David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library's History of Medicine Collection.
Congratulations to Tatiana Seijas! Tatiana was awarded a Newberry Library Fellowship (one-year) and also a Dumbarton Oaks Fellowship (academic year).
Congratulations to Ronnie Hsia! Ronnie has published a new book: Matteo Ricci and the Catholic Mission to China. A Short History with Documents (Hackett, 2016). A Czech translation of his Trent 1475, a German translation of his The Countess and the Jesuits, and a Chinese translation of his World of Catholic Renewal have also been published in the past months.
Congratulations to Greg Eghigian! Greg is interviewed on his work in The Atlantic.
Read more: http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/02/what-ufos-mean-for-why-people-dont-trust-science/463386/
Congratulations to Sophie DeSchaepdrijver! Sophie has been named a Fellow of the Free University of Brussels, and will be giving a keynote talk on March 23 in the Senate of Belgium on the commemoration of resistance in the First World War.
Evan Rothera has received a Lawrence Gelfand - Armin Rappaport - Walter LaFeber Dissertation Fellowship from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations.
Congratulations to Evan Rothera! Evan has received a Lawrence Gelfand - Armin Rappaport - Walter LaFeber Dissertation Fellowship from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations.
Courtney Rong Fu accepted as the Humanities Without Walls (HWW) Pre-Doctoral Fellow for 2016 Summer Workshop in Chicago.
Congratulations to Courtney Rong Fu! Courtney was accepted as the Humanities Without Walls (HWW) Pre-Doctoral Fellow for 2016 Summer Workshop in Chicago.
Bill Cossen presented paper "When Al Smith is President': The Protestant Other and the Politics of Anti-Catholicism in the 1928 Presidential Election"
Congratulations to Bill Cossen! Bill presented a paper titled "'When Al Smith is President': The Protestant Other and the Politics of Anti-Catholicism in the 1928 Presidential Election" at the annual meeting of the American Catholic Historical Association in Atlanta, Georgia, on January 10, 2016. The paper was part of a panel that he organized, which was titled "The Politics of Anti-Catholicism in the 20th Century."
Congratulations to Bill Blair! Bill’s essay, “Finding the Ending of America’s Civil War” appeared in a special roundtable on ending civil wars in the December 2015 issue of the American Historical Review. Also, his book chapter on “Military Interference in Elections as an Influence on Abolition” has been published in Rethinking Emancipation: Legacies of Slavery and the Quest for Black Freedom, with Cambridge University Press.
Congratulations to Sophie DeSchaepdrijver! The Leverhulme Trust (UK) has awarded a 92,625-£ International Network Grant to a project on hunger in the First World War, of which Sophie is a participating scholar. The project is coordinated by Prof Hew Strachan at Oxford University and is entitled: "Hunger Draws the Map: blockade and food shortages in Europe, 1914-1922."
The funds will be used for a series of international workshops at Oxford, and for a publication.
Congratulations to On-cho Ng! On-cho’s chapter in “Enshrining the Past in the Present: Moral Agency and Humanistic History.” In Chün-chieh Huang and Jörn Rüsen, eds., Chinese Historical Thinking: An Intercultural Dialogue. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015, was just published.
Congratulations to Tatiana Seijas! Tatiana was offered a faculty fellowship for 2016-17 from Penn State’s Center for Humanities and Information