Professor David S. Reynolds and his new book, "Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times"
Professor David S. Reynolds’ latest book, Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times, reveals a “fresh” portrait of Lincoln that also speaks to our divided times. Read more
David S. Reynolds
Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times
(Penguin Publishing Group, 2020)
(OR Books, 2020)
Dawson's new book, People’s Power: Reclaiming the Energy Commons, warns about the dangers of fossil fuels and urges a transition away from fossil fuels in the next decade. Read more
Professors Rachel Kousser and Matthew K. Gold
The funding will support a book that offers a different perspective on Alexander the Great and a digital teaching tool meant to enhance college classes. Read more
Katina Rogers and the cover of her book, "Putting the Humanities Ph.D. to Work" (Photos courtesy of Rogers)
In her new book, Katina Rogers addresses how to turn humanities Ph.D.s into fulfilling employment and ways to make the degrees more equitable, just, and relevant. Read more
Barry P. Goldberg (left) and Jaime Shearn Coan. (Photos courtesy of ACLS)
Jaime Shearn Coan and Barry P. Goldberg will apply the skills and perspectives they gained from their doctorates in English and history to community-focused positions in nonprofit organizations.
Wayne Koestenbaum (Credit: Tim Schutsky) and the cover of his book, Figure It Out.
Professor Wayne Koestenbaum talks about his new book of essays, Figure It Out, and other things. Read more
Maureen E. Ruprecht Fadem
Silence and Articulacy in the Poetry of Medbh McGuckian
(Lexington Books, 2019)
Carrie Rebora Barratt, Linda H. Malkas, Nelson J. Flores, Patricia A. Stapleton, Dána-Ain Davis, and Caroline Chamberlin Hellman
The annual awards recognize alumni who have achieved remarkable success in their careers and made lasting contributions to their fields and to society. Read more