American Constitutional Development Fall Dick Polenberg is one of the most beloved and experienced professors in the History Department. For decades his courses have attracted large numbers of students who are drawn to his clear and engaging lecturing style and often personalized approach to US history. History of Terrorism Fall Claudia Verhoeven's new lecture course is already a great draw among History majors and non-majors alike.
I would like to share with you an update. We emerged all the stronger.
Vicki Caron, the Diann G. Pearce Williams, who taught in the department for many years and served as chair, passed away this winter see separate article on page 4. Meanwhile, four new faculty joined our department this year: French historian Paul Friedland BowdoinU.
The department marked another year of prizes and achievements. Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism Geographies of Religious Conversion in Southern Germany,which he wrote while a member of the department.
Sandra Greene was a fellow at the National Humanities Center.
Messenger-Chalmers Dissertation Prize Holocaust Education Foundation Summer Institute Fellowship, Northwestern University, Bowmar Research Fellowship 4 Thomas Robbins Award for Excellence in the Study of New Religious Movements Resume for Peter Staudenmaier. Messenger-Chalmers Dissertation Prize Holocaust Education Foundation Summer Institute Fellowship, Northwestern University, Bowmar Research Fellowship Thomas Robbins Award for Excellence in the Study of New Religious Movements Messenger Chalmers Dissertation Prize (Cornell University) Buttrick-Crippen Fellowship Cornell University American Studies Research Grant ,
Vicki has written two massive, highly acclaimed monographs on French Jewry Between France and Germany: France and the Jewish Refugee Crisis, Stanford, Critics hailed her first book as "a great Messenger-chalmers dissertation prize to historiography" and "a fine analysis.
It promises to be as rock-solid and definitive as the first two. Vicki enjoys a high profile in her field: But she is not just a superb historian.
Her courses at Cornell were very popular and filled an important area of high student interest: Vicki is known as a precise, careful, and caring professor.
She lavishes a great deal of attention and reflection on her students, and they appreciate that and thrive from it. She has been an active mentor and advisor, including in Jewish Studies, and she continues even in retirement to advise students and to serve on the committees of graduate students.
In all of her interactions, she brings the same strong devotion to learning and questioning, the same humane interest in her students and colleagues, and an infectious sense of irreverent humor.
Fortunately for all of us, she is staying in Ithaca, and continuing her research and writing--in fact, asked how her life will likely change in retirement, she replied, "Actually, hardly at all. For much of my academic career, I have been interested in the intersection of sovereign authority and representation, power and spectacle.
More recently, I have been exploring the rise of sentimentality in 18th century Europe and its relationship to the rhetoric of humanism. I am presently working on two different projects.
I teach classes on a range of subjects related to the cultural, political, and intellectual history of France and Europe more generally from the 16th to the 19th century. Some of the courses I have offered or will be offering are: My most recent book is: I am particularly interested in popular economic thought, especially among non-elite people, although in my new work I am shifting my focus from working people and activists to business leaders, ministers, politicians, and pundits.• Messenger-Chalmers Prize for Best Dissertation on Human Progress and the Evolution of Civilization, Department of History, Cornell University • Guilford Essay Prize for Highest Excellence in English Prose, Department.
Messenger-Chalmers Dissertation Prize Holocaust Education Foundation Summer Institute Fellowship, Northwestern University, Bowmar Research Fellowship 4 Thomas Robbins Award for Excellence in the Study of New Religious Movements Resume for Peter Staudenmaier.
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Transition words to end a research paper. Since our last newsletter, Holly Case has won three prizes for her book, Between States: The Transylvanian Question and the European Idea during World War II (Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, ), among them, the George Louis Beer Prize of the American Historical Association for best book in modern European international history.
(May) Messenger-Chalmers Prize for best dissertation, Department of History, Cornell University (May) Runner-up, Nevins Prize for best doctoral dissertation, Society of American.