Michael “Mookie” Kideckel (PhD 2018) was awarded the Bancroft Dissertation Award for 2018 for his dissertation “Fresh from the factory: Breakfast cereal, natural food, and the marketing of reform, 1890-1920.”
Kenneth Jackson wrote for The New York Times: “New York Needs Amazon.”
Malgorzata Mazurek was awarded a fall 2018 Lenfest Junior Faculty Development Grant for her project “Structuring the World: the Science of Interconnectedness from Natural History to Social Statistics, 1780s – 1930s.”
Eric Foner wrote for The Washington Post: “The court decision that ushered in decades of Jim Crow.”
Claudio Lomnitz was quoted in NBC New York: “‘Roma’ Explored 1970s Mexico. Here’s How Issues in the Film Have Played Out.”
Adam Tooze was quoted in The Atlantic: “How Globalization Saved the World and Damned the West.”
Stephen Wertheim was interviewed on Ian Masters’ Background Briefing about the potential of the Democratic party to become “the party of war.”
Adam Tooze. Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World. 2018: Penguin Random House.
Pablo Piccato. A History of Infamy: Crime, Truth, and Justice in Mexico. 2017: University of California Press.