Recent Accomplishments from Graduate Students and Alumni – April 2024

April 4, 2024

Jonathan Victor Baldoza

Jonathan Victor Baldoza published a journal article in Labor, entitled "Science as Routine: Work and Labor in the Bureau of Science at Manila." Baldoza studies the history of maritime Southeast Asia, particularly the Philippines under Spain and the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He also published a photo essay, "Reporting Work," for The Labor and Working-Class History Association.

Jennifer Dominique Jones

Jennifer Dominique Jones *14 received honorable mention for the Rawley Prize for her book Ambivalent Affinities: A Political History of Blackness and Homosexuality after World War II. She is currently Assistant Professor in History and Women's and Gender Studies at University of Michigan.

Alice Hong

Alice Hong was awarded the Charles D. Abbott Library Fellowship at the University at Buffalo, SUNY for the 2023-2024 academic year. The fellowship offered a stipend for scholars and graduate students whose research would be enhanced by UB's distinctive collections and holdings. As part of this fellowship, Hong will also be giving a talk and writing a blog post for the UB Humanities Institute.

Sean Silvia

Sean Silvia published an article, “When Romans Built a Phrygian Rock-Cut Altar: The Çamdibi Necropolis as a Cultural Nexus in the Mountains of Roman Bithynia” in Studia Bithynica: Colloquia Anatolica et Aegaea Congressus internationales Smyrnenses.