Category Archives: Events

Pescador Interviewed by Huffington Post

Javier Pescador’s research on the Mexican soccer national brand in the United States is featured in a story by the HuffingtonPost. See the link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.mx/2017/08/06/los-partidos-moleros-del-tri-en-eu-la-gallina-de-los-balones-de_a_23065314/

Wake on “New Books in History”

Naoko Wake’s interview about her book Private Practices: Harry Stack Sullivan, the Science of Homosexuality, and American Liberalism is on “New Books in History” podcast: https://player.fm/series/new-books-in-history-129760/naoko-wake-private-practices-harry-stack-sullivan-the-science-of-homosexuality-and-american-liberalism-rutgers-up-2011

History Dept Welcomes Sharon Leon

New Hire to be Core Participant of Critical Diversity in Digital Age Initiative July 12, 2017 Sharon Leon has accepted a position as Associate Professor in the Department of History in MSU’s College of Social Science and will be a core participant in the College of Arts & Letters’ Critical Diversity in a Digital Age […]

Harris Wins Taft Prize

LaShawn Harris, MSU History associate professor, has been named the recipient of the 2017 Philip Taft Prize by the Industrial and Labor Relations School at Cornell, in collaboration with the Labor and Working-Class History Association. Harris received the 2017 Taft Award for her book “Sex Workers, Psychics, and Number Runners: Black Women in New York […]

Harris Wins OAH Award

LaShawn D. Harris, assistant professor in Michigan State University’s Department of History, is the recipient of the 2017 Darlene Clark Hine Award from the Organization of American Historians. Given annually for the best book in African-American women’s and gender history, Harris received this award for her book, “Sex Workers, Psychics, and Numbers Runners: Black Women […]