Hua Qu, wife of graduate student Xiyue Wang, who is imprisoned in Iran, reflects on the daily struggles everyone in her family faces.
Kruse Wins Guggenheim Fellowship
He was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship to complete archival research for his next book, The Division: John Doar, the Justice Department, and the Civil Rights Movement.
Beth Lew-Williams Receives Two Book Awards from the Organization of American Historians
Her book, The Chinese Must Go: Violence, Exclusion, and the Making of the Alien in America, is "a powerful and deeply humane account of the emergence of the racialized border, the consequences of which have echoed down to the present,” the OAH wrote.
Reconstruction: America After the Civil War
Barnes spoke to Princeton Alumni Weekly about the history of amateur blackface minstrel shows and how the vestiges of their popularity can still be felt in American culture.
The Honorary Degrees are presented to distinguished leaders of business, science, sport, academia, and the arts.
Kevin Kruse is one of many academics who are using Twitter to debunk ahistorical statements.