Congratulations to Dr. April Merleaux, whose grant proposal on "Ecohumanities for Cities in Crisis" has been funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities grant for Humanities in the Public Square. This is a major public history grant, and we are happy to celebrate the achievements of Dr. Merleaux and Dr. Rebecca Friedman, who also worked on the proposal.
Dr. Victor Uribe's new book, Fatal Love: Spousal Killers, Law, and Punishment in the Late Colonial Spanish Atlantic, is now available from Stanford University Press. For historians, spousal murders are significant for what they reveal about social and family history, in particular the hidden history of day-to-day gender relations, conflicts, crimes, and punishments. Click on the link above for more information at the press's website.
Hilary Jones presented a paper titled, “Extraversion and Creolization in Saint Louis, Senegal: The Political Economy of a Nineteenth Century Port,” for the AHRC International Research Network called “The Global City, Past and Present.”
The History Department is happy to co-sponsor a reading by Rafael Adamuz from his book on the memory of the Spanish Civil War, La Memoria Varada. The readings will be juxtaposed with music by flamenco guitarist Jose Luis Rodriguez. For more information, please click the link above.
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