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Congratulations to Dr. Roman Kovalev and Christopher Loos for their Conference Presentation!

  On September 30, Dr. Roman Kovalev and junior history major Christopher Loos traveled to Rome to present their paper, Viking-Rus’ Mercenaries in the Byzantine-Arab Syrian Wars of the 950s-960s: the Numismatic Evidence, at the 5th Simone Assemani Symposium on Islamic Coinage in Rome, Italy.  Congratulations to both! Continue Reading

Congratulations to Dr. Christopher Fisher and Dr. Robert McGreevey on the Publication of Global America!

The history department is excited to announce that Global America, The United States in the Twentieth Century (Oxford, 2018) has just been published. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/global-america-9780190279905?cc=us&lang=en&# Global America tells the story of how Americans were swept up in the swift-moving currents of twentieth-century world history. The book grew out of the life work and scholarship of the late historian Alan… Continue Reading

Dr. Matthew Bender Receives Contract for Upcoming Book for 2019

Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Bender on receiving a contract for his monograph, entitled Water Brings No Harm: Management Knowledge and the Struggle for the Waters of Kilimanjaro. The book will be published in 2019 in the prestigious series, New African Histories at Ohio University Press. Dr. Bender’s project was supported by the Gitenstein-Hart Sabbatical Prize… Continue Reading

Global Afghanistan: An Intellectual Perspective this Friday!

On Friday, April 29, 3:30–5 pm in Social Science 228, Jawan Rasikh, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Pennsylvania, will give a talk sponsored by the History Department on “Global Afghanistan: An Intellectual Perspective.” Please see the attached flyer for details. I hope you will take advantage of this rare opportunity to hear about current historical archival… Continue Reading

Documentary Film on Afghanistan this Thursday!!

On Thursday March 31 at 7pm in Physics 101 the History Department and Eurasia/Middle East Society will co-sponsor the film screening of “Frame by Frame”. This acclaimed documentary film was made by four Afghan photojournalists following the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, when a free press emerged and a photography revolution was born.… Continue Reading

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