Philip Brown and Alcira Duenas of the History Department were among the record number of 2013-14 Fulbright Scholars. Brown studied the Chianan Daishu Water Control Project in Taiwan, the largest water control project in the country and Dueñas examined how changes occurred in Ecuador's legal
In the Museum of Man: Race Anthropology, and Empire in France, 1850-1950 is w
Truly transnational in approach, Katherine Marino’s dissertation engages US women’s history, the history of feminism and social movements in the Americas, and the history of human rights, putting these literatures in conversation to reveal the transformative effects of women’s transnational activ
The Lambda Awards, founded in 1989, are the most prestigious LGBT literary award in the country and seek to demonstrate the importance of LGBT literature and lives.
Three History Department faculty, Theodora Dragostinova, Scott Levi, and Mytheli Sreenivas, are part of an interdisciplinary team that have organized, throughout 2013-2014, a Sawyer Seminar on the Comparative Study of Cultures, funded by a $175,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.