CONGRATULATIONS to the following Students and Recent Alumni!

Arinn Amer won the $500 Koonja Mitchell Memorial Prize awarded by the Women’s Studies Certificate Program

Andrew Alger has a forthcoming article, “Homes for the Poor? Public Housing and the Social Construction of Space in Baghdad, 1945 – 1964,” in the Journal of Urban History

Arman Azimi has been awarded a $25,000 Dissertation Year Fellowship

Vanessa Burrows (PhD, 2015), now an historian at the FDA in DC, just coauthored an article which appears in the current issue of the JAH, “Creating Equal Health Opportunity: How the Medical Civil Rights Movement and the Johnson Administration Desegregated U.S.. Hospitals.”

Erin Cully has been awarded a $4000 Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Research in the Service of Public Knowledge Doctoral Student Research Grant, and a $25,0000 Altman Foundation Dissertation Fellowship

Davide Giuseppe Colasanto has been awarded a $10,000 Dissertation Year Fellowship. In addition, he contributed a chapter to the newly published book Regimes of Happiness: Comparative and Historical Studies

Phelim Dolan has been awarded a $25,000 Leon Levy Center for Biography Dissertation Fellowship

Mohammed Ezzeldin has been awarded a $25,000 Dissertation Year Fellowship

David Hamilton Golland (PhD, 2008) published A Terrible Thing to Waste: Arthur Fletcher and the Conundrum of the Black Republican (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2019).

Jiwon Han has been awarded a $4000 Early Research Initiative (ERI) Provost’s Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowship

Jonathan Hill Jr. (PhD, 2018) has been appointed as an Excelsior Fellow to the Division of Policy and Planning at the NYS Department of Transportation in Albany.

Megan Hills contributed a chapter to the newly published book Regimes of Happiness: Comparative and Historical Studies

Phil Keisman  had an article published in QUEST, Issue in Contemporary Jewish History, Issue 14, 2019 – “I see a man of great wisdom… and in his hand is a nimble scribe’s pen.” The Readers and Writers of Shomer Tziyon Hane’eman 

Kathryn Kelley has been awarded a $4000 Early Research Initiative Provost’s Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowship

Andrew Kotick has been awarded a $10,000 Dissertation Year Fellowship

Evan Turiano has been awarded a $4000 Early Research Initiative Award for Archival Research in African American and African Diaspora Studies

Erik Wallenberg has been awarded a $10,000 Dissertation Year Fellowship

John C. Winters won a Residential Research Fellowship at the Fred W. Smith Library at George Washington’s Mount Vernon