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2020-2021

The German Historical Institute awards the prize for the best doctoral dissertation on a topic in German history written at a North American university.

The award recognizes excellence in teaching, commitment to working with and building relationships with undergraduates, and the ability to spark students’ intellectual interests.

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.

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

Postdoc:
Sara Kozameh

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.

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