Kennetta Hammond Perry (Ph.D. Comparative Black History 2007) has received word that her article, “Little Rock in London: Jim Crow’s Transatlantic Topographies” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of British Studies. It is the top journal in the field of British Studies. Dr. Perry is an assistant professor of history at East Carolina University.
Archive for February, 2011
Devlin Scofield, a 4th year graduate student, has been awarded a dissertation fellowship from the Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies. Based at the Free University in Berlin, the Berlin Program brings together North American scholars from across the social sciences and humanities to research and participate in a bi-weekly colloquium designed to [...]
Updated Speaker Series list: new presentations being added! http://bit.ly/hlV81K
Lunch and Learn: Beyond History 201 — Services Provided by the MSU Librarians Please join us on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 12:00pm, in Morrill Hall room 340 for the third in this semester?s Lunch & Learn: Teaching History sessions sponsored by H-Net and the Department of History. Light lunch will be provided. Please RSVP [...]
The Department of History is happy to announce the opening of competition for four undergraduate scholarships. If you fit the criteria for any of them, we urge you to apply. In past years, we have had relatively few applicants for these scholarships, which means that your chances of winning one are high. They are substantial: [...]