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Professor Marty Blatt interviewed about free love anarchist Ezra Heywood on WGBH

Professor of the Practice and  Graduate Public History Program Director Marty Blatt was recently interviewed about Massachusetts’ Most Famous 19th Century Individualist Anarchist And Free Love Advocate, Ezra Heywood by WGBH. Click here to listen to the interview and learn more about this fascinating individual in history!

Published On: August 12, 2016 |
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History Ph.D. Candidates earn Fellowships in the upcoming Academic Year

Two current history Ph.D. candidates, Feruza Aripova and Regina Kazyulina, have both been awarded fellowships to help with their respective dissertations. Feruza Aripova was selected as a fellow at NYU Jordan Center for Advanced Study of Russia starting in May 2017 while Regina Kazyulina has won a Harry Frank Guggenheim Fellowship which extends her success with a major research…
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Published On: June 23, 2016 |
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Madelyn Stone received Honorable Mention for paper entitled “Reality is the Satire: The Will to Hope in the Writings of Jura Soyfer”

Madelyn Stone won an Honorable Mention this year for her paper produced for the $5000 Ruderman Scholarship in Jewish Studies grant she had while studying at Northeastern University. She wrote the paper with Professor Laurel Leff on an original study using German sources about a German Jewish journalist killed in the Holocaust. The paper was entitled…
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Published On: June 15, 2016 |
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Louise Walker to give public lecture at the University of Cambridge

Associate Professor Louise Walker will be giving a public lecture at the University of Cambridge in the UK later this month. Click here for more information

Published On: May 17, 2016 |
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Professor Tim Brown Named One of the Recipients of the 2016 – 2017 Berlin Prize

The American Academy in Berlin recently announced its Berlin Prize recipients for 2016-17. Included among them is Timothy Brown, professor of history at Northeastern. During his semester-long fellowship at the Academy this fall, Brown will examine “The Greening of Cold War Germany,” seeking to understand the commonalities and differences in environmentalism and related social movements in the Federal Republic…
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Published On: May 12, 2016 |
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History Department Hosts Annual Honors Reception and Phi Alpha Theta Induction Ceremony

On Monday May 2nd, the Department of History held its annual Honors Reception and Phi Alpha Theta Induction Ceremony. This year’s featured speaker was former Northeastern President Richard M. Freeland with Tayla Wilson as the student speaker. Students were inducted into the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honors Society and special awards were announced for…
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Published On: May 9, 2016 |
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Northeastern University professor Jeffrey Burds quoted in article condemning the ‘whitewashing’ of Ukrainian history

Northeastern University professor Jeffrey Burds quoted in article condemning the ‘whitewashing’ of Ukrainian history. Click Here to read the article

Published On: May 4, 2016 |
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Ph.D. Candidate Sana Tannoury Karam Awarded Humanities Center Residential Fellowship

Ph.D. Candidate Sana Tannoury Karam has been awarded the Humanities Center Residential Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Published On: April 4, 2016 |
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Matthews Distinguished University Professor Harlow Robinson writes liner note essay for Grammy winning CD

  Matthews Distinguished University Professor Harlow Robinson  wrote the liner note essay for the Best Orchestral Performance 2015 Grammy winning CD entitled SHOSTAKOVICH UNDER STALIN’S SHADOW—SYMPHONY NO. 10 which was recorded by the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Andris Nelsons.  

Published On: February 26, 2016 |
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Assistant Professor Chris Parsons published in The William and Mary Quarterly

Assistant Professor Chris Parsons recently had his article entitled The Natural History of Colonial Science: Joseph-François Lafitau’s Discovery of Ginseng and Its Afterlives published in the most recent edition of the William and Mary Quarterly. Click here to read the article.

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