Evan Rothera awarded a Burney Parker Research Fellowship from Baylor University and the Portal to Texas History Research Fellowship from the University of North Texas
Congratulations to Evan Rothera! Evan was awarded a Burney Parker Research Fellowship from Baylor University to conduct research in their Texas Collection. He was also awarded the Portal to Texas History Research Fellowship from the University of North Texas.
Congratulations to Scott Cave! Scott has received a Mayers Fellowship at the Huntington Library in California. The fellowship will support a month's work in primary and secondary sources for his dissertation during the 2015-2016 school year.
Kathy Salzer selected to take part in the 12th annual Symposium of the International Medieval Society of Paris in June 2015
Congratulations to Kathy Salzer! Kathy has been selected to take part in the 12th annual Symposium of the International Medieval Society of Paris (IMS-Paris) in June 2015 on the theme of “Villes/Cities”.
Tony Kaye awarded a fellowship at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina for 2015-2016
Congratulations to Tony Kaye! Tony has been awarded a fellowship at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina for 2015-2016. Also, Tony and his five colleagues have won the Jefferson Prize for their volume in A Documentary History of Emancipation, series 3, volume 2: Land and Labor, 1866-1867 (UNC Press). Read More Here: http://shfg.org/shfg/awards/current-winners/
Congratulations to Sophie De Schaepdrijver! Sophie has been awarded the annual History Prize in Flanders. The prize will be announced at March 24's History Night (Nacht van de Geschiedenis), a public-history celebration held in over 200 locations and drawing some 25,000 visitors. This prize is awarded annually to “the historian who, in the past year, has contributed the most to making history accessible to a wide audience, in an original manner and without compromising quality.”
Bill Cossen has been awarded the Presidential Graduate Scholarship from the American Catholic Historical Association
Congratulations to Bill Cossen! Bill has been awarded the Presidential Graduate Scholarship from the American Catholic Historical Association for my paper, "Catholic Gatekeepers: The Church and Immigration Reform in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era," which he will be presenting at the ACHA's Spring Meeting at the University of Notre Dame in March
Bill Cossen has been named a finalist for the Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship
Congratulations to Bill Cossen! Bill has been named a finalist for the Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship. Winners will be announced in April.
Congratulations to Tyler Sperrazza! Tyler has won a Russell F. Weigley Travel Award to fund part of his travel to the 2015 Society for Military History annual meeting in April.
Congratulations to Evan Rothera! Evan won the Lawrence T. Jones III Research Fellowship in Civil War Texas History from the Texas State Historical Association.
Congratulations to Scott Cave! Scott has been chosen for the CEMS IAH Fellowship for 2016.
Bryan McDonald's article “Food as a Key Resource for Security and Stability: Implications of Changes in the Global Food System 1950-2000.” was recently published
Congratulations to Bryan McDonald! Bryan’s article “Food as a Key Resource for Security and Stability: Implications of Changes in the Global Food System 1950-2000.” was recently published in Penn State Journal of Law and International Affairs 3, no. 2 (2015): 42-55.
Congratulations to Bill Blair! Bill’s With Malice Towards Some was one of five finalists for the prestigious 2015 Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize.
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.
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.
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.
Congratulations to Christopher Hayashida-Knight! Christopher has won the Liberal Arts External Incentive Award.
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.
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.
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.