Pamela Smith was awarded the 2024 International Prize for Research in Cultural History by the Hans and Helga Eckensberger Foundation in collaboration with the Herzog August Library.

Pamela Smith was awarded the 2024 International Prize for Research in Cultural History by the Hans and Helga Eckensberger Foundation in collaboration with the Herzog August Library. The award honors distinguished researchers who work in the field of cultural history with a focus on the history of knowledge. As part of the award, Professor Smith organized a summer session with Tina Asmussen, Asst. Professor for early modern mining history at the Ruhr University Bochum, entitled “MINESCAPES: Socio-Natural Landscapes of Extraction and Knowledge in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period”, which took place from May 31 to June 10, 2024 at the Herzog August Library. Read more about the award here.

Mae Ngai’s new book, Corky Lee’s Asian America: Fifty Years of Photographic Justice (coedited with Chee Wang Ng), was reviewed in the New York Times, the New Yorker, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the PBS-News Hour.  Ngai also discussed the book in several interviews and podcasts, including They Call Us Bruce.

Mae Ngai’s new book, Corky Lee’s Asian America: Fifty Years of Photographic Justice (coedited with Chee Wang Ng), was reviewed in the New York Times, the New Yorker, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the PBS-News Hour.  Ngai also discussed the book in several interviews and podcasts, including They Call Us Bruce.

 

 

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Mae Ngai, Chee Wang Ng, and Corky Lee (eds.), Corky Lee’s Asian America: Fifty Years of Photographic Justice Thinking Russia’s History Environmentally. 2024: Clarkson Potter

Catherine Evtuhov, Julia Lajus, and David Moon (eds.), Thinking Russia’s History Environmentally. 2023: Berghahn Books

Neslihan Senocak and Agostino Paravicini Bagliani . A People’s Church: Medieval Italy and Christianity, 1050 – 1300. 2023: Cornell University Press.
Neslihan Senocak. Lateran IV: Theology and Care of Souls. 2023: Brepols Publishers.
Carl Wennerlind. Scarcity: A History from the Origins of Capitalism to the Climate Crisis. 2023: Harvard University Press.
Matthew L. Jones and Christopher Wiggins. How Data Happened: A History from the Age of Reason to the Age of Algorithms. 2023: W. W. Norton & Company.
Marc Van De Mieroop. Before and After Babel: Writing as Resistance in Ancient Near Eastern Empires. 2022: Oxford University Press.
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