Georgina Montgomery (Lyman Briggs and History) and Dr. Linda Kalof (Sociology and Director of MSU’s Animal Studies Graduate Specialization) edited a book entitled Making Animal Meaning that has just been published with Michigan State University Press. An elucidating collection of ten original essays, Making Animal Meaning reconceptualizes methods for researching animal histories and rethinks the contingency of the human-animal […]
Archive for 2011
The article, “De senzala para a rede: Biografias de escravos serão disponibilizadas em banco de dados na Internet,” features Biographies: The Atlantic Slave Data Network, a project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. For more see, http://www.revistadehistoria.com.br/secao/em-dia/da-senzala-para-a-rede
MSU Caribbeanist David Wheat has won a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship! http://t.co/NjHS8lmK Congratulations!
Peter Alegi & @galarzaalex just returned from #HASTAC2011 http://t.co/DzYFMuyX they presented a poster on http://t.co/ZpKEmo68
Professor Wheat has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship for work on a project titled “Atlantic Africa and the Spanish Caribbean, 1570-1640.” The fellowship will fund research and writing, which he will undertake in Spain between September 2012 and August 2013. Less than ten percent of NEH applicants receive funding. Congratulations David.