Eric Foner was quoted in The New York Times: “Did ‘Hamilton’ Get the Story Wrong? One Playwright Thinks So.”
Mae Ngai was named the 2018-19 Wayne Morse Chair at the University of Oregon.
A. Tunç Şen was awarded the Middle East Medievalists’ (MEM) inaugural prize for Best PhD Dissertation. For more information, please visit this link.
Adam Tooze was mentioned in The Washington Post: “China’s slowdown is the biggest threat to world economy.”
Eric Foner was quoted in The Washington Post: “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says ‘call me a radical,’ a loaded word with a long history.”
Adam Tooze wrote for Foreign Policy: “Rising Tides Will Sink Global Order.”
Pablo Piccato’s A History of Infamy: Crime, Truth and Justice in Mexico received the María Elena Martínez Prize in Mexican History for “the book or article judged to be the most significant work on the history of Mexico published during the previous year.” The prize is given by The Conference on Latin American History.
The book also received an honorable mention for the Marysa Navarro Best Book Prize from the New England Council of Latin American Studies.
Stephen Wertheim wrote “Return of the Neocons” for The New York Review of Books.
Paul Chamberlin’s book The Cold War’s Killing Fields was reviewed in The Nation.