Doctoral Candidate co-edits issue of Journal

Congratulations to Sandra Londoño Ardila for co-editing Vol. 9.2, 2019 of the Journal of World Christianity in association with affiliated faculty member, Dr Bidegain. In addition to the co-written introductory essay, Sandra also published a significant article in the issue under her own name.

Dr. Davies delivers Annual Russell Lecture

On October 24th Dr. Gwyn Davies delivered the annual Russell Lecture (entitled “The Landscapes of Siege”) for the Archaeological Institute of America. This lecture, delivered at a different venue each year, was hosted by the Department of Classics at the University of Mississippi.

Dr. Ardalan publishes new book

Congratulations to Dr. Christine Ardalan on the publication of her new book “The Public Health Nurses of Jim Crow Florida” through The University of Florida Press. Click for more information.

Dr. Amy Marshall publishes book

Congratulations to Dr. Marshall for the publication of her book “Magazines and the Making of Mass Culture in Japan” in the University of Toronto Press series ‘Studies in Book and Print Culture’. Magazines and the Making of Mass Culture in Japan Magazines and the Making of Mass Culture in Japan provides a detailed yet approachable analysis […]

New edited volume on Cuban History

Congratulations to Dr. Michael Bustamante on his new co-authored volume entitled “THE REVOLUTION FROM WITHIN. CUBA, 1959-1980” recently published by Duke University Press. For more details see

Dr. Premo receives book prize

Dr. Premo’s book Enlightenment on Trial (Oxford, 2017) has received the 2018 Southern Historical Association Murdo McLeod Prize for best book in the fields of Latin American, Caribbean, American Borderlands and Frontier or Atlantic World history.

Dr. Sven Kube Selected for AHA Luncheon Panel

The Business History Conference has invited Dr. Sven Kube, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of History, to participate in its Luncheon Panel at the American Historical Association’s Annual Meeting 2019 in Chicago, the theme for which is “Loyalty and Disloyalty.”