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Shadis Publishes, Presents on Queenship in Medieval Europe

A 12th-century funerary tablet in Greek, Arabic, Hebrew and Latin.

Dr. Miriam Shadis, Associate Professor of History and a Center for Law, Justice & Culture faculty affiliate at Ohio University, maintains an active research agenda, including international conferences and many publications. Shadis recently published two essays. The first, “Unexceptional women: Auctoritas, Potestas, and Queenship in Early Portugal,” appeared in Medieval Elite […]

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September 3, 2019 at 10:59 amResearch

History Graduate Conference Brings Together Interdisciplinary Array of Research

History Graduate Conference Brings Together Interdisciplinary Array of Research

The History Graduate Student Association hosted the 14th Annual History Graduate Student Conference at Ohio University in March 2019. The program combined a keynote lecture by Dr. Ilana Feldman (Professor of Anthropology, History, and International Affairs at George Washington University) with 10 thematic panels showcasing some of the cutting-edge, in-progress […]

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August 29, 2019 at 12:45 pmNews Research

Lee Wins Award for Published Article on History of Science and Japan

Lee Wins Award for Published Article on History of Science and Japan

Dr. Victoria Lee, Assistant Professor of History at Ohio University, was recently announced as a 2019 recipient of the Zhu Kezhen Junior Award for her published article, “Microbial Transformations: The Japanese Domestication of Penicillin Production, 1946-1951,” in Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 48 (2018): 441-474. The International Society for the […]

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August 28, 2019 at 11:29 amAnnouncements News Research

Ingram Will Be Slater Fellow at Durham University in Spring 2020

Robert G. Ingram

Dr. Robert G. Ingram, Professor of History at Ohio University, has been awarded the Slater Fellowship by Durham University’s Institute for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEM). He will spend Spring 2020 in residence at Durham, where he will be working on a new book project titled Hobbes’s Century: England, Ireland and […]

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August 26, 2019 at 10:31 amResearch

Trauschweizer’s Book Traces Career of White House Insider, Architect of U.S. Strategy in Vietnam

Trauschweizer’s Book Traces Career of White House Insider, Architect of U.S. Strategy in Vietnam

Dr. Ingo Trauschweizer’s new book Maxwell Taylor’s Cold War: From Berlin to Vietnam traces the career of Gen. Taylor, a Kennedy White House insider and architect of American strategy in Vietnam. Trauschweizer is Professor of History and Director of the Contemporary History Institute at Ohio University. The book was published […]

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August 25, 2019 at 3:41 pmResearch

Hill Spends Summer Fellowship at Collaborative Innovation Center of Confucian Civilization in China

Hill Spends Summer Fellowship at Collaborative Innovation Center of Confucian Civilization in China

Dr. Joshua Hill, Associate Professor of History at Ohio University, was named a Fellow at the Collaborative Innovation Center of Confucian Civilization at Shandong University in the People’s Republic of China, where he spent three months this past summer. He gave a talk at Shandong University on “Voting for Sages? […]

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August 23, 2019 at 11:33 amResearch

Salazar Accesses ‘Just about Everything Declassified’ about Grenada Invasion

Salazar Accesses ‘Just about Everything Declassified’ about Grenada Invasion

Heather Salazar, doctoral student in History, recently completed a research trip covering four different sites to access archival documents and oral histories. Her dissertation, provisionally titled “Grenada: From British Colony to America’s Cold War Pawn,” examines the 1983 U.S.  invasion of Grenada (Operation URGENT FURY) within the global context of […]

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July 11, 2019 at 1:31 pmResearch