The Department of History is pleased to announce the 2018-2019 competition for a fellowship award to conduct work for a dissertation on the Iberian Atlantic World prior to national independence. Preference will be given to those proposals requiring research in foreign archives and libraries and to graduate students completing their doctoral studies at FIU. Students […]
CALL FOR WRITING IN HISTORY POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS 2018 – 2019 The Department of History is pleased to announce a competition for two (2) PostDoctoral Fellowship positions open to all FIU History PhDs graduating in the two previous academic years, to begin Fall 2018. The two positions include consideration of potential applicants requesting renewal of their […]
Congratulations to Alyssa Catlin (BA 2017, MA 2018), who has accepted a job as a Social Studies teacher at Lamar Louise Curie Middle School, specializing in honors and IB curriculum. We wish her the best!
On Thursday March 22nd 2018, several of the History Department faculty were honored at the Provost’s book recognition event, an annual celebration of the achievements of recent faculty authors. On this occasion, Drs. Jessica Adler, Bianca Premo and Chantalle Verna, received acknowledgment. See details of their books under the ‘Academic’ tab on this website!
On March 20th 2018, Professor Chantalle Verna will be a panel discussant for a book talk at John Jay College, CUNY, to be given by Edward Paulino concerning his recent monograph ‘Dividing Hispaniola’.