Student and Alumni News
Khaled Esseissah (Ph.D. 2019) has accepted a position as a tenure track Assistant Professor in the Department of History at UW-Madison.
Ph.D. candidate Szabolcs László contributed a chapter entitled „Az új kalandozások kora: A Kulturális Kapcsolatok Intézetének működése az 1960–70-es években” [The Age of New Adventures: The Institute of Cultural Relations in the 1960s-1970s] to a collective volume examining the international relations of Hungarian research institutions and universities during the state socialist period. László’s chapter is based on his year-long research at the National Archives of Hungary and provides the first overview and analysis of the Institute tasked with coordinating the country’s cultural diplomacy efforts during the Cold War. The entire volume, edited by historian István Lengvári, is available in free open-access form online
Liza Black has won an Outstanding Junior Faculty Award. This award is the most prestigious campus-level award available specifically to pre-tenure faculty.
Lara Kriegel's book, The Crimean War and its Afterlife: Making Modern Britain, has been published by Cambridge University Press. Its official publication date is today, February 17, 2022.