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Beth Bailey, “The U.S. Army and “the Problem of Race”:  Afros, Race-Consciousness, and Institutional Logic,” Journal of American History.

Beth Bailey, Pearl Harbor and the Attacks of December 8, 1941: A Pacific History, co-edited with David Farber, University Press of Kansas.

Cushman, Gregory T. Los señores del guano: Una historia ecológica global del Pacífico. Rev. ed. Translated by Juan Rodríguez Piñeiro. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, in press. [expected publication date late 2018]

Andrew Denning, "'Life is Movement, Movement is Life!': Mobility Politics and the Circulatory State in Nazi Germany.” American Historical Review123 (5).

Andrew Denning, “Mobilizing Empire: The Citroën Central Africa Expedition and the Interwar Civilizing Mission. Technology and Culture 61(1).

David Farber, Crack: A History, New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming (2019)

David Farber and Beth Bailey, Pearl Harbor and the Attacks of December 8, 1941: A Pacific History, co-edited with Beth Bailey, Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, in press, 2019

David Farber and Beth Bailey, “The Attack on Pearl Harbor . . . and Guam, Wake Island, Philippines, Thailand, Malaya, Singapore, and Hong Kong: December 7/8, the Pacific World, American Empire, and the American Political Imaginary,” in Pearl Harbor and the    Attacks of December 8, 1941: A Pacific History, co-edited with Beth Bailey, Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, in press, 2019

Christopher E. Forth, “Corpulence, Modernity and Transcendence in the Early Twentieth Century,” in Justyna Jajszczok and Aleksandra Musiał, eds., The Body in History, Culture, and the Arts (London: Routledge).

Christopher E. Forth, “The Fat Imaginary in Trump’s America: Matter, Metaphor, and Animality,” Cultural Politics, special issue “Consuming Materialities: Bodies, Boundaries and Encounters.”

Richard Godbeer, World of Trouble: A Philadelphia Quaker Family's Journey through the American Revolution, (Yale University Press, 2019).

Sara Gregg, “Visualizing the Enlarged Homestead Act:  Cartographic Evolutions in Early-Twentieth-Century U.S. Land Policy,” in Mapping Nature Across the Americas, James Akerman and Kathleen Brosnan, eds., University of Chicago Press (forthcoming, 2020). 

Andrew Isenberg, "’A land of hardship and distress’: Camels, American Desert Lands, and the Limits of Conquest," Global Environment.

Andrew Isenberg, "The Environment, the United States, and the World in the Nineteenth Century," in Jay Sexton and Kristin Hoganson, eds., The Cambridge History of America in the World, Volume II: 1812-1900 (Cambridge University Press).

Andrew Isenberg. "The Real Wealth of the World: Hydraulic Mining and the Environment in the Circum- Pacific Goldfields," in A Global History of the Gold Rushes, ed. Stephen Tufnell and Benjamin Mountford (University of California Press, 2018).

Sheyda Jahanbani, "The Poverty of the World:” Discovering the Poor at Home and Abroad, 1935-1973 (Oxford University Press).

Eric C. Rath, "Some Tasting Notes on Year-Old Sushi: Funazushi, Japan's Most Ancient and Potentially it's Most Up to Date Sushi," Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies 20.2 (forthcoming 2020).

Eric C. Rath, “The Arts of the State in Late Medieval Japan,” in Revised Cambridge History of Japan, vol. 1, ed. Hitomi Tonomura  (Cambridge University Press, 2020).

Eric C. Rath, “Food Fights, But it’s Always for Fun in Early Modern Japan” in Tokugawa World, ed. Gary Leupp.  (New York: Routledge Press, 2019).

David Roediger,The Unhappy History of the Middle Class, OR Books. 

David Roediger, The General Strike of the Slaves and Freedom for All: The Emancipationist Impulse and the Civil War, Verso Books. 

Anton Rosenthal, “Sin Cities: From History to Sociology to Urban History, An Interdisciplinary Journey in Teaching,” Journal of Urban History.

Robert C. Schwaller, "Contested Conquests: African Maroons and the Incomplete Conquest of Hispaniola, 1519-1620," The Americas (Oct. 2018).

Erik Scott, “The Hijacking of Aeroflot Flight 244: Cold War Borders in the Jet Age.” Past & Present

Erik Scott, “Playing with Difference: Georgian Footballers and Multiethnic Soviet Soccer in the Cold War.” In The Global History of Sport in the Cold War, edited by Robert Edelman and C. J. Young. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Marie Grace Brown, Khartoum at Night: Fashion and Body Politics in Imperial Sudan (Stanford University Press, 2017)

Christopher E. Forth, Fat: A Cultural History of the Stuff of Life  ( London: Reaktion, 2019)

Andrew Isenberg (with James M. Turner), The Republican Reversal: Conservatives and the Environment from Nixon to Trump (Harvard University Press, 2018).

Adrian Lewis, The American Culture of War: The History of U.S. Military Forces from World War II to Operation Enduring Freedom 3rd Edition (New York: Routledge, 2018).

            Eric C. Rath, Japan's Cuisines: Food, Place and Identity, (Reaktion Books, 2016)

Robert Schwaller, co-editor with Jana Byars, History of the World: Benzoni’s Historia del Mondo Nuovo (Penn State University Press, 2017).

Robert Schwaller, Géneros de Gente in Early Colonial Mexico: Defining Racial Difference (University of Oklahoma Press, 2016).

Erik Scott, Familiar Strangers: The Georgian Diaspora and the Evolution of Soviet Empire.  (Oxford University Press, 2016; 2017 paperback).

Marta Vicente, Debating Sex and Gender in Eighteenth-Century Spain  (Cambridge University Press, 2017).

Beth Bailey, “Labor, the Market, and the U.S. All-Volunteer Force,” Journal of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, 2017.

Beth Bailey, “Introduction,” Integrating the U.S. Military: African Americans, Women, and Gays Since World War II, eds. Heather Stur and Douglas Bristol, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017.

Beth Bailey, A People and a Nation, coordinating author, co-authored with Jane Kamensky, David Blight, Carol Sheriff, Howard Chudacoff, and Fred Logevall, Cengage, 11th edition, December 2017. 

Gregory T. Cushman “Guano, Intensive Agriculture, and Environmental Change in Latin America and the Caribbean.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. Edited by William Beezley. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. [18,000 word review article]

David Farber, “America First and International Trade Policy in the Early Cold War,” Passport: The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Review, September 2018, 52-54.

David Farber, “Moral Capitalism in the Age of Great Dreams: The Grateful Dead’s Struggle to Craft Right Livelihoods,” The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics, and Culture 10:1 (Spring 2017), 63- 93.

David Farber, "A History of American Conservatism". The Chinese Journal of American Studies2016 (5), 111-125.

David Farber, “Self-Invention in the Realm of Production: Craft, Work, and Community in the Sixties-Era American Counterculture”. Pacific Historical Review, (2016) 408-442.

David Farber & Klein, B. El Rito and the Power of Place in Sixties America. In B. Klein (Ed.), Irwin Klein and the New Settlers (pp. 31-38, 165-166). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press (2016).

David Farber & Beth Bailey, The Counterculture's Looking Glass. In D. Kaiser & P. McCray (Eds.), Groovy Science: Knowledge, Innovation, and American Counterculture, (University of Chicago Press, 2016), 392-395.

Andrew Denning,  “Infrastructure as Propaganda: Roads, Photography, and the Domestication of Nature in Italian East Africa.” Environmental History 24 (2) pgs 352-369.

Christopher E. Forth, “Gender, Empire, and the Politics of Regeneration,” French Politics, Culture & Society, 36, no. 2 (Summer 2018): 149-56.

Christopher E. Forth, “France and the Fattened American: Animality, Consumption, and the Logic of Gavage.” Food, Culture & Society, 21, no. 3 (June 2018): 355-66.

Sara Gregg, “Imagining Opportunity: The 1909 Enlarged Homestead Act and the Promise of the Public Domain,” Western Historical Quarterly 50 (Autumn 2019): 257–279.

Sara Gregg, “Beyond Stories:  Spatial Inquiries and the Practice of Environmental History,” in A Field on Fire:  Essays on the Future of Environmental History Inspired by the Work of Donald Worster, ed. Mark Hersey and Ted Steinberg (University of Alabama Press, 2019). 

Andrew Isenberg, "An Empire of Remedy: Vaccination, Natives, and Narratives in the North American West," Pacific Historical Review, 86 (February 2017), 84-113.

Andrew Isenberg, (with Lawrence H. Kessler) "Settler Colonialism and the Environmental History of the North American West," Journal of the West, 56 (Fall 2017), 57-66.

Andrew Isenberg, (with Thomas Richards, Jr.) "Alternative Wests: Rethinking Manifest Destiny," Pacific Historical Review, 86 (February 2017), 4-17.

Andrew Isenberg, "Industrial Empire: The American Conquest of the West, 1845-1900," in The Routledge History of Nineteenth-Century America, ed. Jonathan D. Wells (Routledge, 2018), 333-345.

Andrew Isenberg, "Mining, Memory, and History," in Mining North America: An Environmental History since 1522, ed. George Vrtis and J.R. McNeill (University of California Press, 2017), 398-412.

Elizabeth MacGonagle, “History and Memory in an African Context: The Case of Robben Island. ” In An Introduction to Area Studies in the 21st Century. Ed. Edith Clowes and Ann Shelly Jarrett Bromberg. Northern Illinois Press, 2016: 53-64.

Eric C. Rath, “Writing 'International' Cuisine in Japan: Murai Gensai’s 1903 Culinary Novel Kuidōraku.” In Culinary Nationalism in Asia, ed. Michelle King (New York: Bloomsbury, 2019), 173-92.

Eric C. Rath, “Should We Eat Washoku? Reflections on ‘Japanese Traditional Dietary Cultures’ Certified by UNESCO Jahrbuch für Kulinaristik 2 (2018), pp. 90-111

Eric C. Rath, Afterword: Foods of Japan, Not Japanese Food. In N. Stalker (Ed.), Devouring Japan: Global Perspectives on Japanese Culinary Identity, (Oxford University Press, 2018), 312-27.

Eric C. Rath, For Gluttons not Housewives, Japan’s First Gourmet Magazine, Kuidōraku. In A. Niehaus & T. Walravens (Eds.), Feeding Japan: The Cultural and Political Issues of Dependency and Risk (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) 83-111.

Eric C. Rath, “Historical Reflections on Culinary Globalization in East Asia,” Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies17(3), 2017, 82-84.

Eric C. Rath, “Hell's Kitchen and the Joy of Cooking: Culinary Themes in Kumano Mandala,” Impressions, 2016, 106-127.

David Roediger, Whiteness and Race. In R. Bayor (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of American Immigration and Ethnicity (Oxford University Press, 2016) 197-212.

Anton Rosenthal, “The Streetcar in the Urban Imaginary of Latin America,” Journal of Urban History, January 2016, 42:1, 162-179.

Robert C. Schwaller, "Creating Monstrosity in Colonial Spanish America" in Monsters and Borders in the Early Modern Imagination, Jana Byars and Hans Peter Broedel, editors. Routledge: New York (2018) pp. 19-34.

Marta Vicente, "Queering the Early Modern Iberian Archive: Recent Trends," Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies Vol. 42 (2017): Issue 2, article 3.

Marta Vicente, “Staging Femininity in Early Modern Spain,” in Mapping the Early Modern Hispanic World, Essays in Honor of Richard L. Kagan, eds. Kimberly Lynn and Erin Rowe (Cambridge University Press, 2017), 339-59.​

Marta Vicente, “Pornography and the Spanish Inquisition: The Reading of Le Portier des Chartreux, an Eighteenth-Century Forbidden Best Seller” Comparative Literature 68 (2016): 181-198.

Nathaniel D. Wood, “‘A main station at one’s front door’: Bicycles, Automobiles, and Dreams of Personal Mobility in Poland, 1885-1939,” Migration and Mobility in the Modern Age: Refugees, Travelers, and Traffickers in Europe and Eurasia, Anika Walke, Jan Musekamp, and Nicole Svobodny, eds., (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2016), 55-79.

Beth Bailey, Presidential Panel, The “New” Military History: Intersections with the History of the Environment, Gender, and Race, Society for Military History meeting, Ottawa, Canada, April 15, 2016.

Gregory Cushman, European Society for Environmental History Biennial Conference, Zagreb, Croatia, 28 June to 2 July 2017. “The Roots of Extractivism: The Colonial Beginnings of the Anthropocene in Latin American Gold and Silver Mining.”

Gregory Cushman, Workshop on Resources and Economies of Knowledge in the Anthropocene, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany, 12-13 September 2016. “The Great Acceleration: A Redefinition, circa 1830 to 1980.”

Gregory Cushman, 8th Symposium of the Sociedad Latinoamericana y Caribena de Historia Ambiental (SOLCHA), Puebla, Mexico, 3-5 Aug. 2016. “América Latina, el Antropoceno, y su llegada en los Andes (siglo XIX).”

Gregory Cushman, The Anthropocene Campus: The Technosphere Issue, Haus der Kulturen der Welt and Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, 19 April 2016. “Romancing the Anthropocene: Urban Diffractions of the Technosphere.”

Christopher E. Forth, “Devouring Darkness: Dangerous Food, Disgusting Bodies.”  Paper (to be) presented that the international conference “Darkness.” Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway, 13-17 January 2019.

Christopher E. Forth, “The Fat American in European Eyes: Feeding, Fattening, and Animality.” Paper presented at the 132d Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Washington, D.C., January 6, 2018.

David Farber, “Chicago ’68 and the Media,” The Media and the 1968 Chicago Democratic Convention—Then and Now, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, Chicago, June 2018

David Farber, “The Night Shift: Cook County’s Night Drug Courts,” Crack and Criminality Panel (session organizer), Policy History Conference, Tempe, Arizona, May 2018

David Farber, “America First and International Trade Policy in the Cold War Era,” America First Symposium, 2018 Stevenson Conference, Miller Center, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, April 2018

David Farber,  “Resistance, Activism and the Problem of Results: Thinking About 1968,” keynote address, Missouri Valley History Conference, Omaha, Nebraska, March 2018

David Farber, “The American Sixties” and “Modern American Conservatism and the Problem of Populism,” International Scholars Program, School of Law, University of Tokyo, December 2017

David Farber, “The Sixties: From Memory to History,” Making Sense of the Sixties, Renesan Institute and the New Mexico Historical Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 2017

David Farber, “From Innocence to Experience: LSD, the Counterculture and Sustainable Lives,” Revisiting the Summer of Love, Rethinking the Counterculture, Northwestern University’s Center for Civic Engagement and the California Historical Society, San Francisco, July 2017

David Farber, “The Iran Hostage Crisis and Radical Islam,” The 1970s—Activism and Voices of Change, National Auto Museum, Reno, Nevada, April 2017

David Farber, "The ‘90s is When the '80s Gets Real,” Nineties Conference, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, March 2017

David Farber, “A Pacific Nation? Race, Space, and Place in the Aftermath of the Pearl Harbor Attacks,” coauthored with Beth Bailey, “The Attack on Pearl Harbor: A Pacific History,” an international workshop sponsored by the Center for Military, War, and Society Studies, University of Kansas, December 2016

David Farber, “Pearl Harbor and Pacific History,” Panel on Pearl Harbor Attack: 75th Anniversary, Pacific Coast Branch-American Historical Association annual conference, Kona, Hawaii, August 2016

David Farber, “A New Age of Craftsmanship: Homebuilding in the Counterculture,” Aquarius Redux: Rethinking Architecture’s Counterculture, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, July 2016

David Farber, “President Trump and Right-Wing Populism in America,” Looking Back At the Post-World War II Era from 2016, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, March 2017

David Farber, “Thinking Productively: Big Questions, Specific Topics, and Words on the Page,” Proseminar with Beth Bailey, ANZAC Postgraduate and Early Career Scholar Conference, United States Study Centre, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, July 2016

David Farber, “Black Power: Working the Interstices of Radical Activism and Insider Politics,” Luncheon Keynote Address, Policy History Conference, Nashville, TN, June 2016

David Farber, “American Conservatism: Fear and Anger in the Making of the Modern Republican Party,” Insitut für Demokratieforschung, University of Gottingen, Gottingen, Germany, May 2016

David Farber, “The Uneasy State of American Conservatism,” keynote address, Third Annual Kaw Valley History Conference, Lawrence KS, April 2016

David Farber,  “The Role of the Southern University in Navigating a Tumultuous World,” SEC Workshop: Civility on Campus, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, February 2016

Christopher E. Forth, Commentator, “Women’s Agency and Activism in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries: A Special Session Honoring Elinor Accampo.” Forty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Western Society for French History, Reno, NV, November 2-4, 2017.

Christopher E. Forth, “‘Life in the Wrong Place’: Bodily Utopianism and Fear of Fat in the Early Twentieth Century.” Paper presented at the international conference “Corpus Historicus: The Body in/of History.” University of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Poland, June 30, 2017.

Christopher E. Forth, “Demystifying Academic Publishing: Field Notes from the Jungle.” University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland, May 29, 2017.

Andrew Isenberg, "Taking the State Back Out: The Irrelevance of the Federal Government in the West: 1803- 1861," Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California, April 12-14, 2018.

Andrew Isenberg, "The Real Wealth of the World: Progress and Environmental Costs in the Circum-Pacific Goldfields," Society for U.S. Intellectual History Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, October 26-29, 2017.

Andrew Isenberg, "An Empire of Remedy: Vaccination, Natives, and Narratives in the North American West," Environments and Societies Workshop, University of California-Davis, February 1, 2017.

Elizabeth MacGonagle “Obama, Slavery, and Africa,” African Studies Association Annual Meeting – Chicago, IL, November 2017

Eric C. Rath, “The Invention and Reinvention of Local Food in Japan,” History of Workshop on Food Technology, The University of Hong Kong, May 7,2018.

Eric C. Rath, “Reviewing the Restaurant in Meiji Japan,” Association for the  Study of Food and Society Annual Meeting.  Los Angeles, June 14-17, 2017.

Anton Rosenthal, “Framing the Early 20th Century City: Teaching with Postcards,” Urban History Association, Columbia, October 18, 2018.

Anton Rosenthal, “Sin Cities: Teaching Comparative Urban History through Case Studies,” Urban History Association, Chicago, October 15, 2016

Erik Scott, “On the Wide Sea of Socialism: Soviet Ports, Ships, and Sailors in the Cold War.” Cold War Home Fronts: Comparative Approaches, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, January 2018.

Erik Scott, “Unmaking and Remaking an Empire: Beyond the ‘Russian Revolution.’” 2017 Symposium, National World War I Museum and Memorial, Kansas City, MO, November 2017.

Erik Scott, “Soviets at Sea: Navigating the Maritime Borders of the Cold War World.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, November 2017. 

Erik Scott, “The Geography of Loyalty: Defection in the Soviet Borderlands.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies Annual Convention, Washington, DC, November 2016. 

Erik Scott, “The Hijacking of Aeroflot Flight 244: Airspace and Citizenship in the Cold War.” Stetson University, October 2016.

Erik Scott, “Dining with Stalin: A Culinary History of the Soviet Empire.” Free University of Tbilisi, June 2016; New York University, March 2016.

Marta Vicente, “Transgender Narratives in Early Modern Spain,” Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies annual meeting, New York City, March 16-19, 2017

Marta Vicente, "Sex, Gender and Race in Confessions of the Self," Race and Religion in the Americas and the Atlantic World: A Conference in Honor of María Elena Martinez, Princeton University, March 3-4, 2017

Marta Vicente, “Trans-Confessions: Gender Narratives in the Early Modern World,” Early Modern Studies Institute, USC, Los Angeles, California, February 16, 2017

Marta Vicente, “Spanish Feminists Theorize Sex and Gender: Lessons from the Enlightenment,” ASPHS annual meeting, San Diego, CA, March 17-20, 2016

Kim Warren, “African American Women and Washington, DC as a Site of Protest,” British American Studies Association, London, England, 2018  

Kim Warren, “Black Women’s Civil and Gender Rights:  Mary McLeod Bethune’s Intellectual and Political Push,” Kentucky Gender and Women’s Studies Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, 2017 

Kim Warren, “The Color of American Womanhood:  Intersections of Race and Gender in the Context of Human Rights,” The Twenty-Fifth Biennial Conference of the Nordic Association for American Studies, Odense, Denmark, 2017   

Kim Warren, “Teaching Students to Write Like Historians,” Teaching and Learning Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, 2017  

Nathan Wood, “Adam Ostoya Ostaszewski’s Quest for Transcendence: Nationalist, Classicist, and Quasi-Scientific Flights of Fancy in the Machine Age,” Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America (PIASA) Annual Meeting, New York City, NY, Jun. 8, 2018.

Nathan Wood, “‘By Bicycle and on Foot through a Black Land’: Kazimierz Nowak’s journey through Africa as Transgressive Act,” Association for Slavic East European and Eurasian Studies National Convention, Chicago, IL, Nov. 11, 2017.

Nathan Wood,  “Plenty of Food ‘in a world of electric light’: Dreams of Technical Civilization in Cracow during WWI,” Association for Slavic East European and Eurasian Studies National Convention, Washington, D.C., Nov. 18, 2016.

Beth Bailey, “Up for Discussion: What were times in American history when citizens did their part, and what did that mean?” Zócalo Public Square (online), May 2017.

Gregory Cushman, “Phosphorus and the Opening of the Anthropocene,” and “The Phosphorus Apparatus.” In Phosphorus, dossier 4 of Technosphere Magazine (2016).

David Farber, Consultant and narrator, “Chicago 68,” augmented reality project, Chicago Historical Museum, August 2018 (online and at museum)

David Farber, On-camera featured commentator, “Decades Presents: 1968 The Democratic National Convention,” “Through the Decades with Bill Kurtis,” Decades TV, first aired August 2018

David Farber, Postal Service Consultant, 1969 stamp issuance—Woodstock and Apollo Moon Lading, 2018 (stamps to be issued in 2019)

David Farber, “Alfred P. Sloan: Decision Maker,” Peter Drucker Institute, http://www.drucker.institute/monday-issue/the-fine-art-of-making-the-rig..., January 2017

David Farber, Film option, The First Strange Place, Stephen Kronish, Three Putt Productions, 2011-2016

David Farber, “What Anti-Trump activists Can Learn from Chicago ’68,” Theconversation.com, Salon.com, goveexec.com, July 2016.

Christopher E. Forth, “Donald Trump and the Shaming of the Fat American.” Food, Fatness and Fitness: Critical Perspectives. 

Elizabeth MacGonagle, “In the Wake of a Midwestern Terrorism Plot.” Co-authored with Marwa Ghazali.  The Huffington Post. 11 November 2016.

Eric C. Rath, "How Did America Fall for Sushi – and Is It Really Sushi? " Top of the Mind with Julie Rose, September 17, 2018.

Anton Rosenthal, “Representing the Street: Buenos Aires 1900 Through the Eyes of Travelers,” The Metropole, June 6, 2018

Anton Rosenthal, “From Baggage to Collage: A Surrealist Orientation,” Reflections from the Classroom, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Kansas, 2015-2016, 17-18.

Erik Scott, “Georgians and the Birth of the Soviet Union.” CSPAN, November 3, 2017.

Erik Scott, “How the Russian Revolution Turned Refugees into Political Pawns.” Washington Post, July 6, 2017.

Erik Scott, “Georgian Diaspora and the Soviet Empire.” Sean’s Russia Blog Podcast, April 2017.

Erik Scott, “Georgians and the Soviet Empire: Interview with Historian Erik Scott” (in Georgian). Radio Tavisupleba August 2018.

Erik Scott, “Familiar Strangers: The Georgian Diaspora and the Evolution of Soviet Empire.” New Books Network Podcast April 2018.

 

/ RECENT DISSERTATIONS

Garrett Gatzemeyer, 2018: "Bodies for Battle: Systematic Training in the U.S. Army's Physical Culture, 1885-1958" 

Brett Bias, 2018: "Good Catholics, Bad Acts: Sacrilege, Blasphemy and Lived Religion in the Early Modern Spanish Empire"

Drew Burks, 2018: “The Persistence of Advertising Culture: Commerce and Consumers in Multi-Ethnic Galicia, 1911-1921”

Adam Newhard, 2018: “Spiritual Motherhood: Gendered Interpretations of the Spanish Laity's Religious Authority (1580-1730)”

Brian Edward Rumsey, 2018: “Littoral Limits: Flood Insurance and the Quantification of Risk in the United States, 1914-2018”

Christopher Carey, 2017: “The Bombing of the USS Cole: How U.S. Foreign and Military Policy Led to 9/11”

Nicholas Cunigan, 2017: “Mercurial Relations: Extreme Weather and Indigenous Resistance in the Dutch Atlantic”

Evgeny Grishin, 2017: “Becoming a Schismatic: The Concepts of the "Schism" and "Schismatic" in the Church and State Discourses of Seventeenth and Eighteenth-century Russia”

Taylor Hersh, 2017: “‘Many Paths in This Road of the Spirit’": The Flexibility of Women’s Religiosity in Early Modern Spain”

John Hess, 2017: “Coping with Crisis: Military Government Officials, U.S. Policy, and the Occupation of Bavaria, 1945-1949”

William Hickox, 2017: “‘An Uprising of the People’: Military Recruitment in New York State During the Civil War”

George Klaeren, 2017: “Encountering the Enlightenment: Science, Religion, and Catholic Epistemologies across the Spanish Atlantic, 1683-1813”

Amber Roberts Graham, 2017: “‘The reason is, the brave beast is no flatterer’: Horsemanship as Physical Evidence of Noble Character under the Stuart Kings of England, 1603-1685”

Richard Anderson, 2016: “Special Observers: A History of SPOBS and USAFBI, 1941-1942”

Jeremy Antley, 2016: “Measuring Tolstoy's Peasants: Old Believer Settlement in Oregon through the 1960's and 1970's”

Harley Davidson, 2016: “Managing the Empire’s Wealth: Environmental Thought during Spain’s Golden Age, 1492-1618”

Benjamin Guyer, 2016: “The Semantics of Reformation: Discourses of Religious Change in England, c. 1414 – 1688”

David Holden, 2016: “Managing Men and Machines: US Military Officers and the Intellectual Origins of Scientific Management in the Early Twentieth Century”

Michael Jeter-Boldt, 2016: “Discourses of Distance: Conceptions of Geographic and Cultural Space in the British Atlantic, 1607-1776”

Juergen Krueger, 2016: “Who paid the bill? German and American fiscal responsibilities in the revival of Germany after World War II”

Hang Le-Tormala, 2016: “Postwar Journeys: Transnational Peace Efforts of American and Vietnamese Peoples, 1975-2012”

Mary McMurray, 2016: “From Dependents to Interdependence: The Army Wife Ideal and the Making of Army Family Policy, 1942-1983”

Jaclyn Miller, 2016: "Cultivating Capital: Country Bankers and the Transformation of the Central Great Plains, 1870-1940"

Robert Miller, 2016: "Constructing a Spatial Imaginary: The Formation and Re-presentation of Monte Carlo as a Vacation-Leisure Paradise, 1854-1970"

Irene Olivares, 2016: “Politics of Communication: Writing, Gender, and Royal Authority in the Spanish Empire (1556-1665)”

Jared Tabor, 2016: “Thinking Like a Floodplain: Water, Work, and Time in the Connecticut River Valley, 1790-1870”

Claire Wolnisty, 2016: "Austral Empires: Southern Investment in Latin America, 1845-1877"

 

 

/ AWARDS

Eric C. Rath, "Scholars Grant from the Culinary Historians of New York," $1,500.


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