Alan Taylor has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Congratulations to him on this wonderful recognition of his contributions to our collective intellectual life....[read more...]
Congratulations to Erin Lambert, Assistant Professor in the Department, who has won the Cory Family Teaching Award, given to a junior faculty member in the College "for excellence and innovation...[read more...]
Congratulations to Chris Nichols, who received his PhD from the Department in 2008, who has just been named a Carnegie Fellow for 2016-17. The Fellows program is part of a major new effort...[read more...]
What makes a candidate competitive for a history job?
Tuesday, April 26, 1:00-2:00pm
Our very own James Ambuske, Prof Andrew Kahrl, and Prof...[read more...]
Jon Grinspan, who earned his PhD from the Department in 2013, just had an article published in the New York Times Sunday Review about his work on the history of young peoples' politics. Read the...[read more...]
Tom Butcher has won the Seven Society’s Graduate Fellowship for Superb Teaching. Naturally, it was announced in an appropriately mysterious way! Congratulations to Tom.
Peter Onuf and Annette Gordon-Reed’s “Most Blessed of the Patriarchs”: Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination is due out this week. In the meantime, the New York Times ...[read more...]
Cross Lecture - Gary Gallagher - "All About Us: Projection, Wishful Thinking, and Anachronism in Recent Civil War Scholarship"
Please join the Corcoran Department of History at the Cross Lecture:
Gary W. Gallagher, John L. Nau III Professor of History
'All About Us: Projection, Wishful Thinking, and...