Ph.D. Candidate Brian Rosenwald writes op-ed on talk radio for Politico

Faculty: Brian Rosenwald

Prof. Sophie Rosenfeld article in The Nation

Faculty: Sophia Rosenfeld

Andrew Kahrl piece in NY Times

Andrew O’Shaughnessy has won the George Washington Book Prize

Faculty: Andrew O'Shaughnessy

Three Corcoran Department of History graduate students receive fellowships from UVA Scholars' Lab

Lendon receives IAS Membership

Faculty: J. E. Lendon

Fall 2014

HIUS 7658

19th-Century American Social and Cultural History

Elizabeth Varon

This readings course surveys modern classics and cutting-edge historiography on the nineteenth century in the United States (especially the period 1830 to 1877), with an emphasis on how social and cultural histories have both promoted inclusiveness and trained our attention on conflict, contingency, experience, identity and language. We will read one monograph per week, supplemented by an occasional article and book review.  The main written assignment is an historiographical essay of 20-25 pages on a topic related to your research interests.  The reading list will be expressly designed to help students with comprehensive exam preparation in US fields.

Ph.D. Candidate Ben Brady receives John E. Rovensky Fellowship

Faculty: Benjamin Brady

Mary Hicks (Ph.D.'15) receives Ford Foundation Fellowship

Faculty: Mary Hicks

Brent Cebul (Ph.D.'14) receives postdoctoral fellowship from American Academy of Arts and Sciences

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