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Louis Warren wins R. Stanton Avery Distinguished Fellowship

Louis Warren wins R. Stanton Avery Distinguished Fellowship

Professor Louis Warren was awarded the R. Stanton Avery Distinguished Fellowship in the Humanities at the Huntington Library.

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Rachel St. John awarded Huntington Library fellowship

Rachel St. John awarded Huntington Library fellowship

Associate Professor Rachel St. John won a year-long fellowship at the Huntington Library.

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Cecilia Tsu wins ACLS fellowship

Cecilia Tsu wins ACLS fellowship

Associate Professor Cecilia Tsu was awarded a fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies.

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Omnia El Shakry wins both Stanford Humanities Center fellowship and UC Davis Humanities Institute Faculty Research Fellowship

Omnia El Shakry wins both Stanford Humanities Center fellowship and UC Davis Humanities Institute Faculty Research Fellowship

Professor Omnia El Shakry has been awarded both the Stanford Humanities Center fellowship and the UC Davis Humanities Institute Faculty Research Fellowship for next year to support her research on the encounter between Catholicism and Islam in twentieth-century Egypt.

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Howard Chiang wins ISS Junior Faculty Research Grant

Howard Chiang wins ISS Junior Faculty Research Grant

Assistant Professor Howard Chiang has been awarded the Institute for Social Sciences Junior Faculty Research Grant for his project on "The Cultural Revolution of the Unconscious."

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Ian Campbell wins American Councils Research Fellowship

Ian Campbell wins American Councils Research Fellowship

Associate Professor Ian Campbell has been awarded an Advanced Research Fellowship from the American Councils Title VIII Research Scholar Program. This fellowship will support a full academic year of research in Moscow and St. Petersburg in 2018-19 for Campbell's second book project, The Bleeding Edges: Borderlands Violence and Russia's Enduring Empire, 1800-1917, a study of the culture and practice of counterinsurgency around multiple peripheries of the Russian Empire.

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Lorena Oropeza Wins Equity Prize

Lorena Oropeza Wins Equity Prize

Associate Professor Lorena Oropeza was awarded the 2017 Equity Award from the American Historical Association for excellence in recruiting and retaining historians from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.

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'The Other Slavery' Wins California Book Award

'The Other Slavery' Wins California Book Award

Prize is Latest Honor for History of Native American Enslavement

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Resendez Wins Bancroft Prize for 'The Other Slavery'

Resendez Wins Bancroft Prize for 'The Other Slavery'

A landmark history by Professor Andrés Reséndez, The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America, is the winner of a 2017 Bancroft Prize in American History and Diplomacy.

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'Time' Article Spotlights Olmsted

'Time' Article Spotlights Olmsted

Historian Kathryn Olmsted is one of three professors nationwide quoted in a Dec. 15 article on the growing relevance of courses on conspiracy theories.

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Professor's Study Helps National Park Service Commemorate Reconstruction Era

Professor's Study Helps National Park Service Commemorate Reconstruction Era

As the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary this summer, Associate Professor Gregory Downs has focused on an oft-forgotten part of U.S. history that our national parks are now helping the public to understand - the Reconstruction era.

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Book 'The Other Slavery' Hailed as Landmark History

Book 'The Other Slavery' Hailed as Landmark History

Andres Resendez didn't set out to write a sweeping narrative when he first began to research the history of enslavement of Native Americans in North America.

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Judge Wins Multiple Grants

Judge Wins Multiple Grants

Congratulations to History graduate student, Rajbir Judge, who was recently award two grants for his dissertation research.

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