9/22/14 - 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Taliaferro Hall, Room 2110

The 2014 Nathan & Jeanette Miller Distinguished Lecture in History and Public Affairs as Professor Donald Goldstein presented "History, Public Policy and Pearl Harbor."


9/29/14 - 12:00 PM
Lunch will be in Francis Scott Key Hall, Room 2120 (The Merrill Room); 4 pm Lecture will be held in Taliaferro Hall, Room 2110

Professor Katherine Unterman (Texas A&M University) joined us Monday, September 29th for a lunch workshop and afternoon talk as she presented her paper, "Detectives without Borders."

Please join us in welcoming our new Assistant Professors Christopher Bonner who specializes in African American history and Ting Zhang who specializes in cultural and legal historian of late imperial China.

Benjamin Kramer has been selected as a winner of the 2014 Library Award for Undergraduate Research.
Ben is a junior double degree candidate studying Government & Politics and History. He is a Banneker Key Scholar, member of the Honors College, and a junior year inductee to Phi Beta Kappa.

Professor Landau has been awarded promotion to the rank of Professor in the Department of History.
Paul Landau is a historian of Africans in colonial Africa.

At spring commencement, JoAnna Suriani will be recognized as one of the five finalists for this prize, which is given to the most outstanding graduate of each academic year. The University Medal is awarded to the undergraduate who best personifies academic distinction, extraordinary character, and extracurricular contributions to the University and the larger public.

It is a pleasure to announce that Jeffrey Herf has been elevated to the rank of Distinguished University Professor, the highest honor the university bestows on members of the faculty. Professor Jeffrey Herf will be honored at a ceremony on October 7, 2014.


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