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Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Elias Interviewed for CNN Documentary

Allison Elias, PhD ’13, who is now a Visiting Assistant Professor at Cornell, was interviewed for the CNN documentary program, "The Seventies", that ran weekly in June and July.  Elias discussed the shift in gender roles of the time and the resulting opportunities afforded to women, among other changes that the feminist movement brought in the 1970s.  

Watch clips on CNN's website.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Ambuske awarded King George III Fellowship

James Ambuske, PhD candidate in the Department, was named a King George III fellow by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and King’s College London.  

The Georgian Papers Program is a partnership of King’s College and the Royal Collection Trust. Omohundro Institute fellows are funded through the Lapidus Initiative, and will spend a month each in the archives of the Georgian monarchs, conducting their own research, assisting the Archives staff in the initial stages of planning for digitization of the collections and cataloguing, and participating in academic exchange with colleagues at King’s.

Read more about the program and its fellowships HERE.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
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Congratulations to Cecilia Márquez, graduate student in the Department, who was awarded a Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies Dissertation Completion Fellowship for 2015-16.

The announcement, and more about Cecilia's work, can be read HERE.

Monday, April 27, 2015

The Department is delighted to announce that Professor Libby Thompson has been named a fellow of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, an award that will allow her to continue her exciting work on liberalism in the Middle East.

Read the full story in UVA Today and more about the fellowship program HERE.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

 Mary Barton, a PhD candidate in the Department, has published an article in Diplomatic History, the flagship journal of that field.

The article is titled “The Global War on Anarchism: The United States and International Anarchist Terrorism, 1898-1904.”

Read the full text of the article HERE.

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