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The fellowship gives graduating seniors an opportunity to work as research assistants to scholars at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Tony Grafton and Tera Hunter will be at the Huntington Library, and Matthew Karp will be at the Cullman Center.

The project, "Proof of Concept Project to Extract Land Use Data from a Historical 1943 Orthomosaic through Machine Learning," is a collaboration between Emmanuel Kreike, Wangyal Tsering Shawa, and William Guthe.

Keith Wailoo, along with four other Princeton faculty members, have been elected to the Academy in recognition of their contributions to their respective fields.

Bhadrajee Hewage '20 was awarded a Clarendon Scholarship for DPhil study in History at Oxford next year.

The Society of French Historical Studies’ David H. Pinkney Prize is awarded to the most distinguished book in French history.

Mitra Sharafi, Professor of Law at UW-Madison, received the Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award on April 6, 2021.

Maeve Glass, associate professor of law, has been awarded the Willis L.M. Reese Prize for Excellence in Teaching by students in the graduating Class of 2021.

Thomas Dodman
Lawrence Glickman
Durba Mitra
Nathan Perl-Rosenthal
Neslihan Şenocak
Juned Shaikh
Asif Siddiqi
Charles Walker

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The Gun, the Ship, and the Pen: Warfare, Constitutions, and the Making of the Modern World by Linda Colley
Fighting for the Higher Law: Black and White Transcendentalists Against Slavery by Peter Wirzbicki
On the Fringe: Where Science Meets Pseudoscience by Michael D. Gordin

David Cannadine and Linda Colley will be at the Wissenschaftskolleg in Berlin, Molly Greene at Dumbarton Oaks, and Sheldon Garon at the Paris Institute for Advanced Study.

Chisom Ilogu and Leopoldo Solis will use the prize to pursue international civic engagement projects for one year following graduation.

Historian and scholar Keith Wailoo joins Dr. Anthony Fauci and others as a recipient of the 2021 Dan David Prize, an award endowed by the Dan David Foundation and headquartered at Tel Aviv University.

Risk on the Table: Food Production, Health, and the Environment came out of a joint Davis Center conference/History of Science workshop.

The appointment recognizes distinguished humanities scholars and dedicated teachers from within the University community.

Building on Stone, edited by Angela N. H. Creager, celebrates fifty years of the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies.

Information: A History edited by Ann Blair, Paul Duguid, Anja-Silvia Goeing, and Anthony Grafton
Impagination – Layout and Materiality of Writing and Publication edited by Ku-ming (Kevin) Chang, Anthony Grafton, and Glenn Warren Most
Scorched Earth: Environmental Warfare as a Crime against Humanity and Nature by Emmanuel Kreike
Risk on the Table: Food Production, Health, and the Environment edited by Angela N. H. Creager and Jean-Paul Gaudillière
Remaking Central Europe: The League of Nations and the Former Habsburg Lands edited by Peter Becker and Natasha Wheatley

The History department faculty has voted to approve a proposal from the Undergraduate Program Committee, to revise the requirements for the concentration.

The grants were awarded to Alison Isenberg, Beth Lew-Williams, and Marina Rustow.

Making a Modern Central Bank: The Bank of England, 1979–2003 by Harold James
Power and Time: Temporalities in Conflict and the Making of History edited by Dan Edelstein, Stefanos Geroulanos, and Natasha Wheatley
After the Deportation: Memory Battles in Postwar France by Philip G. Nord
The Experimental Fire: Inventing English Alchemy, 1300-1700 by Jennifer M. Rampling