Graduate News

Duke Forward Spotlight: Ashley Rose Young G'17

Duke Libraries created a video profile about Ashley Young's dissertation research and her internship at the Rubenstein Library.

You can view the video here...

Ashton Merck's Blog Post "When to Do Collaborative Research? Early—and Often"

Graduate student, Ashton Merck writes blog post, "When to Do Collaborative Research? Early—and Often".

You can read the post here.

Max Krochmal Wins Award

Former graduate student, Max Krochmal, now a faculty member at Texas Christian University, was awarded the Frederick Jackson Turner award for the best first book by an American historian at the OAH meeting in New Orleans last week-end. Max's book, Blue Texas:The Making of a...

Tricia Ross Publishes Article, "History and the Age of Alternative Fact"

Graduate student, Tricia Ross, has article "History and the Age of Alternative Fact" published on Thrive Global.  

You can read the article here

Farren Yero was awarded the Marie L. and William R. Hartland Fellowship

Farren Yero was awarded the Marie L. and William R. Hartland Fellowship at the John Carter Brown Library to continue research on her dissertation, "Brazo-a-Brazo: Humanitarian Medicine and the Preservation of Empire, 1767-1841." 

At the JCB, she will build on her research from...

Urban History and Theory Reading Group

Wednesday evening marked the first meeting of the newly-formed Urban History and Theory Reading Group. Thirteen graduate students and faculty from the History Department met over wine and snacks to talk about the influence of urban theory on their research and the field of history more broadly....

Travis Knoll Publishes Op-Ed

Travis Knoll's, History PhD student, recent publication, "Voting Yes In Duke University’s Union Struggle, a Microcosm of our Political Age", can be found here


Ashley Rose Young Curates Photography Exhibit on Street Food Culture

Ashley Rose Young curated To Market, to Market! Urban Street Food Culture Around the Globe, a photography exhibit that explores street foods, food markets, and the people who provision urban communities across the globe with fresh and prepared foods.

Young captured these images (...

Ashley Rose Young Co-authors Essay in Food and Museums

Ashley Rose Young co-authored an essay with Jennifer Jacqueline Stratton entitled, "Terroir Tapestries: An Interactive Consumption Project."

Young and Stratton were co-directors of the Subnature and Culinary Culture Project at Duke University. The Subnature Project examined...