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Michael Kulikowski awarded a Membership in the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study

Congratulations to Michael Kulikowski! Michael has been awarded a Membership in the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, for the academic year 2015-2016. He will be completing work on  Mosaics of Time. The Latin Chronicle Traditions from the First Century BC to the Sixth Century AD, Volume 2: Early Chronicles, and Epigraphic and Literary Consularia.

Ronnie Hsia to give two endowed lectures

Congratulations to Ronnie Hsia!  Ronnie will be shortly be giving two endowed lectures: The Don and Barbara Davis Lecture in the Study of Christianity, Ohio State University in February and the VII Lectio Magistralis, Pontificia Università Urbaniana, Rome, in March.

Sophie De Schaepdrijver books published

Congratulations to Sophie De Schaepdrijver! Sophie’s edited volume,Military Occupations in First World War Europe, has just been published by Routledge while her new monograph, Gabrielle Petit: The Death and Life of a Female Spy in the First World War, appeared from Bloomsbury Academic in January.

Christopher Hayashida-Knight has won the Liberal Arts External Incentive Award

Congratulations to Christopher Hayashida-Knight! Christopher has won the Liberal Arts External Incentive Award.

Bill Cossen's article will appear in a forthcoming issue of The Catholic Historical Review

Congratulations to Bill Cossen!  Bill’s article titled “Education in the Name of the Lord: The Rise and Decline of the Hartford Diocesan Labor Institute and the Fate of Catholic Labor Schools” will appear in a forthcoming issue of The Catholic Historical Review.

Ben Hudson's 2014 Plenary Address to the Southeastern Medieval Association has been published

Congratulations to Ben Hudson! Ben’s 2014 Plenary Address to the Southeastern Medieval Association has been published as "On the Edge of the Limitless: Name, Immigration, and the Irish Sea," in Medieval Perspectives 29 (2014): 7-25.

Peter Van Lidth De Jeude has been offered a full time position at Principia College

Congratulations to Peter Van Lidth De Jeude!  Peter has been offered by his former alma mater, Principia College, a full-time position as part of its history faculty starting January 2015.

Tyler Sperrazza has been offered and has accepted the graduate internship position in the Office of Digital Pedagogy

Congratulations to Tyler Sperrazza! Tyler has been offered and has accepted the graduate internship position in the Office of Digital Pedagogy for Spring 2015.

Joo Hyun Sheen has won an RGSO dissertation support grant

Congratulations to Joo Hyun Sheen!  Joo Hyun has won an RGSO dissertation support grant; he will use this money to conduct research in Japan and Korea over winter break.

Emily Seitz received the Wood Institute Travel Grant from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia

Congratulations to Emily Seitz! Emily received the Wood Institute Travel Grant from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.

John Hoenig's article appeared in Business History Review

Congratulations to John Hoenig! John’s article “A Tomato for All Seasons: Innovation in American Agricultural Production, 1900–1945” appeared in Business History Review 88 (Fall 2014):523-544.

Scott Cave has been accepted to a conference on “Colonial Christian missions and their legacies”

Congratulations to Scott Cave! Scott has been accepted to a conference on “Colonial Christian missions and their legacies” to be held at the University of Copenhagen April 27-29.  He also applied and received funding from the conference organizers to help pay for part of the expenses.

Gary Cross's book Packaged Pleasures: How Technology and Marketing Revolutionized Desire has been published

Congratulations to Gary Cross! Gary’s book Packaged Pleasures: How Technology and Marketing Revolutionized Desire has been published (University Chicago Press).

James Barnhart's photo appears in the article "Tai Chi and Its Effects on Fitness"

Congratulations to James Barnhart! James’s photo appears in the article "Tai Chi and Its Effects on Fitness," by Zheng Yucai in the T'ai Chi: The International Magazine of Tai Chi Chuan’s 38.3 (Fall 2014):27.  In the photo he is demonstrating the "Ba Duan Jin" [8 Pieces of Silk Brocade] form of Qi Gong, in Beijing's Purple Bamboo Park.  He also helped edit the English version of the article (which was originally written in Chinese).

Sean Trainor, Bill Cossen and Paul Matzko each won the Liberal Arts External Incentive Award

Congratulations to Sean Trainor, Bill Cossen and Paul Matzko, all of whom have won the Liberal Arts External Incentive Award.

Scott Cave has been chosen for the Lydia Cabrera Award

Congratulations to Scott Cave!  Scott has been chosen for the Lydia Cabrera Award by the Conference on Latin American History.

Nina Safran's book won the Premio del Ray award

Congratulations to Nina Safran!  Nina’s book Defining Boundaries in al-Andalus:Muslims, Christians, and Jews in Islamic Iberia won the Premio del Rey, awarded once every two years by the AHA, for the best book on Iberian history between 500 and 1516.  Read more here:

http://www.historians.org/awards-and-grants/past-recipients/premio-del-rey-recipients


A new Spanish translation of Matthew Restall's book has been released.

Congratulations to Matthew Restall!  A new Spanish translation of a volume co-authored with Michael R. Oudijk has appeared under the title Conquista De Buenas Palabras Y De Guerrauna vision indigena del la conquista.

Sophie De Schaepdrijver's Bastion: Occupied Bruges in the First World War has just been released.

Congratulations to Sophie De Schaepdrijver! Sophie’s Bastion: Occupied Bruges in the First World War has just appeared and coincides with her curation of the major centenary exhibition in the city of Bruges.

Sean Trainor's article appeared as this fall's cover article in Early American Studies

Congratulations to Sean Trainor!  Sean’s article “Fair Bosom/Black Beard: Facial Hair, Gender Determination, and the Strange Career of Madame Clofullia, ‘Bearded Lady,’” appeared as this fall's cover article in Early American Studies 12.3 (Fall 2014): 548-575.

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