- Michael Dodson's photo essay on the building of the Vishwanath Corridor in Varanasi, India, has been published on PLATFORM: https://www.platformspace.net/home/excavating-the-vishwanath-corridor-in-varanasi-india
- Padraic Kenney presented a paper entitled “The Rise and Fall of the Urban Political Prison,” at a workshop on “The Prison and the City” at the Center for Urban History, Lviv, Ukraine.
- With sponsorship from the College, from the Global Living Learning Community, and from CSGC/Title VI, Alex Lichtenstein took 8 IU students and 4 students from South Africa on a “civil rights tour” of the US South, Oct. 4-8. Highlights included museums and historical sites in Memphis, the Mississippi Delta, Jackson, Selma, Montgomery, and Birmingham.
- On October 5,
PhDstudent Asher Lubotzky presented the paper “Debunking Exceptionalities: Placing German Colonial Experience within a Global and Transnational Framework,” at the German Studies Association 43 Annual Conference, held in Portland, Oregon.
- Julia Roos presented the paper, “From Race to Religion? The Muslim ‘Other’ in West German Protests against Moroccan French NATO Troops,” at the forty-third annual conference of the German Studies Association, Portland, Oregon, October 3-6, 2019. Julia joined the program committee for the 2020 annual conference of the GSA.
- The UK edition of Mark Roseman’s book Lives Reclaimed was published by Oxford University Press With Richard Wetzell, Mark led the three-day seminar “Beyond the racial state. New perspectives on Nazi Germany” at the German Studies Association 2019 annual conference, Portland Oregon, November 3-6, where he was also discussant at the panel “Policing the Volk. Nazi approaches to crime and criminals.” He recorded a podcast for the series New books in genocide studies
- David Zaret has published “Petition-and-Response and Liminal Petitioning in Comparative/Historical Perspective.” It is the lead article in a special issue on petitioning in Social Science History 43:3 (Fall 2019), 431-451.