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2018-2019

Michael Gordin discusses how he came to History of Science, and PAW spotlights a few of his books.

The U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has concluded that the government of Iran has “no legal basis” for Xiyue Wang's arrest and detention and that his “deprivation of liberty is arbitrary.”

Katja Guenther speaks with Perspectives on History about her career path and her current research.

Mae Ngai will present a 3-part lecture series:

Oct. 15 – "A Short History of an Idea"
Oct. 16 – "Immigration at the Turn of Two Centuries"
Oct. 17 – "Impossible Subjects"

Applications for 2019/20 fellowships are due December 1, 2018.

Janet Kay, Society of Fellows and History, will use her Magic Project award to prepare a Freshman Seminar, Archaeology As History: Studying the Past by Digging in the Dirt.

He is recognized for his influence on the field of medieval history in the United States.

The award recognizes national distinction in scholarship, undergraduate teaching and leadership in the cause of liberal arts education.

Rosina Lozano talks about the books she's reading this summer both for leisure and in preparation for her next book project.

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