Professor Peter Alegi was featured in the May 30 issue of MSU TODAY. Click here to read his “Teaching ‘Soccer’ Online” in the “Faculty Voices” section.
Ethan Segal is the author of one chapter and the translator of another in the forthcoming edited volume Land, Power, and the Sacred: The Estate System in Medieval Japan (edited by Janet Goodwin and Joan Piggott; University of Hawaii Press) http://www.uhpress.hawaii.edu/p-9979-9780824872939.aspx
I have received a Bernadotte Schmitt Fellowship for research in European, Asian, and African History from the American Historical Association. This award will provide complementary funding for my research in the Singaporean archives starting in June 2018. More information from the AHA: http://blog.historians.org/2018/05/2018-aha-research-grant-winners/
Doctoral candidate Eddie Bonilla received a travel grant from the Tamiment Cold War Center at New York University to support research on Chicanas and Chicanos in the Communist Party USA. The grant is available yearly to scholars working on the Cold War period whose work could benefit from the holdings at the Tamiment Library.
Former PhD student Amy Hay, Associate Professor in the Department of History at UTRGV has been awarded the The Award for Excellence in Sustainable Education.