Brian Blankenship (BA, 2012) is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Miami. During the 2020-2021 academic year, he was a Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Stephen Buono (Ph.D. 2020) published an op-ed in The Hill on NASA’s newly minted Artemis Accords. You can read it here.
Henry Chambers (Ph.D., 1968), Emeritus Professor, California State University, Sacramento, taught two courses in spring 2020, one on Babylonians and one on Ancient Sumer.
Kevin Coleman (Ph.D., 2012) and Danny James have published an edited collection, Capitalism and the Camera: Essays on Photography and Extraction, Verso Books (2021). The issue also contains an article by Jennifer Boles (Ph.D. 2015) on her new documentary film, "The Reversal". The online version is now available.
Ross Dealy (Ph.D., 1975) who retired from St John's University (NY), is the author of Before Utopia: The Making of Thomas More's Mind (University of Toronto Press, 2020).
Doug Dixon’s “Indiana University and Cold War-Era Genealogy,” was published in the Fall 2020 issue of the Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Karen Dunak (Ph.D., 2010) and Shannon Smith (Ph.D, 2013) published “‘We Made the Best Out of a Situation That Was Bad’: School Closings in Modern American Education” in the December 2020 issue of The American Historian.
Xin Fan (Ph.D., 2013) published World History and National Identity in China: The Twentieth Century in Cambridge University Press. This book examines Chinese nationalism and identity in world historiography.
Charlene Fletcher (Ph.D., 2020) has signed a contract with UNC Press to publish Confined Femininity: Race, Gender, and Incarceration in Kentucky, 1865-1920.
Cody Foster (BA, 2012) successfully defended his doctoral dissertation “To ‘Reawaken the Conscience of Mankind’: The International War Crimes Tribunal and Transnational Human Rights During the Vietnam War, 1966-1967” at the University of Kentucky (under Hang Nguyen and George Herring). He teaches at IU Southeast and has also started working at Bellarmine University as a part-time faculty member.
Wayne D. Fowler (BA, 1980) published Tales of the Talented Tenth, a historical novel about Black soldiers during World War I and its aftermath.
Lawrence Hogan (Ph.D., 1978), Professor Emeritus from Union County College in New Jersey, is the author of The Forgotten History of African American Baseball, as well as several other books on the history of Blacks in America, and Executive Director of the documentary Before You Can Say Jackie Robinson: Black Baseball in America in the Era of the Color Line. He is under consideration for publication at Syracuse University Press for his manuscript Harlem’s First Citizen: John Howard Johnson, A Priest, His People, and their Community.
Morgan Mohr (BA, History, Political Science, and Feminist Policy, 2017) is Associate Director for Strategic Planning, Office of Political Strategy & Outreach at The White House.
Ruth Reichard (Ph.D., 2015) published Blood and Steel: Ryan White, the AIDS Crisis and Deindustrialization in Kokomo, Indiana (McFarland, 2021).
MacKenzie Johnson Sestak (BA 2001) is the Director of GSA Consulting at Centre Law & Consulting, LLC.
Jill Semko Underly (BA History, 1999; Ph.D., Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, University of Wisconsin, 2012) is the newly elected Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Jeremy Ward (MA, 1967) published On A Wing and A Prayer: The Manchester Grammar School and the Royal Air Force in 2021.