In 2011 Gordon Stewart will take up a Leverhulme Visiting Professorship in the United Kingdom. He will deliver five public lectures at the Universities of Dundee and Edinburgh (“A Tale of Two Cities: Dundee and Calcutta in the Global Economy”; “Jute in the World: the Worlds of Jute”; “The Same but Different: Women Workers in [...]
Archive for November, 2010
An article by Professor Smith titled “El Señor del Perdón y los matacristos de Oaxaca: la Revolución Mexicana desde el punto de vista de los católicos” or Our Lord of Forgiveness and the Christkillers of Oaxaca: The Mexican Revolution from the Point of View of the Catholics is featured in the new issue of Desacatos, [...]
If you are applying to the Department of History PhD program: the deadline is DECEMBER 1st. http://fb.me/Mt59LK2R
The Football Scholars Forum is meeting on Tuesday, November 16, at 2pm East Coast time. We’ll be discussing Soccer Empire: The World Cup and the Future of France by Laurent Dubois. Our good friend Laurent will be joining us via skype. For more details (and to register) visit the website: scholars.footy-forum.net. Also, be sure to email [...]
Nwando Achebe will receive funding from the World Health Organization for a project titled Eradicating Wild Polio Viruses in Nigeria: A Strategic Communications-Centered Approach for Research and Training. She is Co-PI with Folu Ogundimu, Maria Lapinski-Lafaive, Khadidiatou Ndiaye, and Stephen Obaro. The project runs 11/14/2010-11/13/2011 and was funded for $384,726.