Graduate student Szabolcs László gave a presentation entitled “The Transnational Kodály Method: Mapping the Network of Music Educators during the Cold War (1960s-70s)” at the international conference Globalizing Eastern Europe – New Perspectives on Transregional Entanglements, organized by the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) in cooperation with the Leibniz-Science Campus.
Congratulations to Kalani Craig, who has been promoted to Clinical Associate Professor, and Colin Elliott, who has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.
Janine Giordano Drake gave the keynote address for Indiana’s state convention of the American Association of University Women, “The Other Suffragettes: Socialist Feminists in Indiana.”
Jeff Gould gave a keynote address at the XV Congreso Centroamericano de Historia, entitled Utopías Menores en El Salvador, Nicaragua y Uruguay, 1960-1985 [Minor Utopias].
The College of Arts and Sciences website features an interview with Lara Kriegel, who discusses the challenges of directing the Collins LLC during a pandemic.
Alex Lichtenstein's essay, "Apartheid's Paper Trail," appeared in Public Books on April 22. https://www.publicbooks.org/apartheids-paper-trail/
Dean Kotlowski (M.A. '89, Ph.D. '98), professor of history at Salisbury University, has been named the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at the Australian National University where he will be based for six months in 2022. This is his fourth Fulbright, following awards to the Philippines, Austria, and Australia.
Heather Vrana (Ph.D. 2013) presented a keynote address at the XV Congreso Centroamericano de Historia entitled Discapacidad e Historia en America Central, Siglo XX [Disability and History in Twentieth Century Central America].