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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Central Connecticut State University, Berlin Public Schools, and the Connecticut Council for the Social Studies are proud to announce that Mr. David Bosso, Social Studies teacher at Berlin High School, has been named the National Council for the Social Studies … Continue reading
The editorial board of the University of Michigan Press has given the green light to the publication of Writing History in the Digital Age, a collaboration made possible by Kristen Nawrotzki and Jack Dougherty. It will include Prof. Wolff’s essay, “Historian’s … Continue reading
The Faculty Board of the University of Wisconsin Press has approved a contract for the third book in the “Harvey Goldberg Series for Understanding and Teaching History” series co-edited by Prof. Tully. Understanding and Teaching American Slavery will be co-edited … Continue reading
Prof. Warshauer’s Connecticut in the American Civil War: Slavery, Sacrifice, and Survival has just been released in paperback. From the Amazon site: “Warshauer’s account puts political parties and questions about racial policy at the heart of Connecticut’s wartime history. I hope that … Continue reading
Matt Ryan, who is doing a public history minor, is currently enrolled in Hist 492: Public History Internship. While taking Hist. 490 Senior Seminar: The Revolutions in the Atlantic World in Spring, 2012, he did archival research at the Lewis … Continue reading
The Faculty Board of the University of Wisconsin Press has approved a contract for a new book in the “Harvey Goldberg Series for Understanding and Teaching History” co-edited by Prof. Tully. Understanding and Teaching Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender History … Continue reading
Prof. Greenfield Selected as a Plenary Speaker at the Symposium of the Providence Preservation Society
From the web site: [Her presentation will examine] “the transformation of Benefit Street in the 1950s and 1960s, one of the earliest large-scale ‘revitalization’ efforts in Providence. At the same time massive urban renewal projects were changing the landscape of … Continue reading
Owen Rogers has accepted a position with the Veteran’s History Project coordinated by the Library of Congress. Congratulations, Owen!
Prof. Specter presented “Historicization and Renewal: New Perspectives on Frankfurt School Critical Theory,” at the annual German Studies Association Conference in Milwaukee. This follows an invited lecture this past June at the University of Giessen’s Institute of Political Science on “Historicizing Human Rights: … Continue reading
Matthew Specter’s Habermas: An Intellectual Biography has been translated into Turkish and appeared this summer with Iletsim, the publisher of Orhan Pamuk.