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Professor Miller's "The Russian Revolutionary Emigres, 1825-1870" reissued after more than three decades

Johns Hopkins Press—with a grant from the NEH/Mellon Foundation Humanities Open Book program to reissue classics in some fields—has just brought out a brand-new edition of ...

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Kidd Publishes in Pernambuco’s CLIO

Ph.D. candidate Gray F. Kidd recently published an article in CLIO: Revista de Pesquisa Histórica, a journal produced by the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) since 1977. Kidd’s article, titled “Neither War nor Peddlers: Unraveling 180 Years of...


Mohammed Ali placed a journal article in Rhizomes

Graduate student Mohammed Ali recently got an article accepted to the journal Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge. The article is titled "Ethical Archetypes in Environmental Histories" and analyzes the different tropes environmental historians...

Ayanna Legros

Ayanna Legros Receives Emerging Scholars Award and NSF Travel Grant

Graduate student, Ayanna Legros was awarded the Emerging Scholars Award by the Haitian Studies Association and was granted an NSF travel grant from the Society for the History of Technology.
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"Uneven Ground: The Foundations of Housing Inequality in Durham" Franklin Gallery Exhibit Opening Monday, October 28, 2019

Uneven Ground: The Foundations of Housing Inequality in Durham, NC


Uneven Ground is a traveling public exhibition by Bull City 150 that tells the story of...

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Veronica Niamba receives Lowell Aptman Prize

History major, Veronica Niamba T'21, received the Lowell Aptman Prize for the paper she wrote in HIST 160S - GTWY SEM: THE GLOBAL SIXTIES.  This course was taught by Ph.D student, Gray Kidd.  

"Veronica hit the ground running,...

Cecilia Marquez

Cecilia Marquez's article “Juan Crow and the Erasure of Blackness in the Latina/o South” is available for open access

The roundtable on the Latino/a South in Labor, which featured Cecilia Marquez, was selected to be open-access.  Her article,“Juan Crow and the Erasure of Blackness in the Latina/o South” is now available online...

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Nicole Barnes awarded the Joan Kelly Memorial Prize

Nicole Barnes, Assistant Professor of History at Duke University, has been awarded the Joan Kelly Memorial Prize for her recent book, Intimate Communities: Wartime Healthcare and the Birth of Modern China, 1937-1945 (University of California Press, 2018). ...