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The 2013 Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize went to Distinguished Professor James Oakes (History) for his book Freedom National: The Destruction of Slavery in the United States, 1861–1865 (W.W.... Read more
“Maryland and Pennsylvania farmers visiting the battle-field of Antietam,” 1862 wood engraving based on a sketch by artist-reporter Frank H. Schell published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Joshua Brown, director of the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning and a member of the doctoral faculty in history and interactive technology and pedagogy, has won a National... Read more
Doctoral faculty member Jonathan Kalb (Theatre) is a recipient of the 2011–12 George Jean Nathan Award for dramatic criticism for Great Lengths: Seven Works of Marathon Theater (University of... Read more
Doctoral faculty member Ruth Wilson Gilmore, a professor of geography in the earth and environmental sciences program and associate director of the Center for Place, Culture and Politics, has won the... Read more
Herman L. Bennett, who has served on the GC faculty as professor of history since September 1, 2009, is to be honored with the 2012 Equity Award from the Committee on Minority Historians of the... Read more
The Christian Science Monitor has named Charter Schools and the Corporate Makeover of Public Education, by doctoral faculty members Michael Fabricant (Prof., Hunter, Social Welfare) and Michelle Fine... Read more
Barbara Ann Naddeo (Assoc. Prof., City, History) is the winner of the 2011 Jacques Barzun Prize in Cultural History for Vico and Naples: The Urban Origins of Modern Social Theory, published by... Read more
Doctoral faculty member Jonathan Kalb (Prof., Hunter, Theatre) has been honored with the Theatre Library Association's 2012 George Freedley Memorial Award for his recent book Great Lengths: Seven... Read more