We would like to extend our congratulations to PhD graduate Germán A. Palacio Castañeda (2003), who has recently been awarded a Fulbright scholarship to be a visiting researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Congratulations to Dr. Otovo for the publication of her article, “Marrying ‘Well’: Debating Consanguinity, Matrimonial Law, and Brazilian Legal Medicine, 1890-1930,” in the Law and History Review 33:3 (August 2015): 703-743.
For the academic year of 2015 to 2016, Jenna Gibbs will be a post-doctoral fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center. She was selected for this fellowship to begin writing her second book, "Evangelicalism, Slavery, and Empire: the Global Latrobe Family," for which she will be completing the research in Australia, South Africa, and Germany over the summer.
Dr. Premo received prestigious fellowship for the academic year of 2015 to 2016 at the UT-Austin's Institute for Historical Studies.
Working with a team of FIU students and researchers, along with the staff of the Wolfsonian-FIU and city officials, FIU history professor Ken Lipartito helped spearhead a year-long effort to create an online digital archive of historic Miami Beach photos, post cards, travel brochures and city documents.
PhD Graduate Paula de la Cruz Fernandez received the 2015 Mira Wilkins Prize at this year’s Business History Conference.
Congratulations to the editorial board of the Journal of West African History (JWAH) on the publication of the journal's first issue (Spring 2015). Associate Professor Hilary Jones serves as the journal's Associate Editor. For more details on this new journal, click the headline above.
For the academic year of 2015-2016, Prof. Jenna Gibbs will be a post-doctoral fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center. She was selected for this fellowship to begin writing her second book, "Evangelicalism, Slavery, and Empire: the Global Latrobe Family," for which she will be completing the research in Australia, South Africa, and Germany over the summer.
In 2014, Digital Library of the Caribbean (DLOC) launched “An Island Luminous,” an online resource about Haitian history. Created by Adam M. Silvia, a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Florida International University, “An Island Luminous” combines rare manuscripts and photos digitally-preserved by libraries and archives in Haiti and the US with commentary by 97 scholars at 75 universities around the world.
Processed by Adam M. Silvia, a doctoral candidate and Green Family Fellow in the Department of History Special Collections and University Archives at Florida International University will soon welcome researchers to explore the Bernard Diederich Collection.