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G E O R G E T O W N U N I V E R S I T Y NEWS MAGAZINE Fall 2016 FALL 2016 HISTORY NEWS MAGAZINE A

T A B L E O F C O N T EN T S Letter from the Department Chair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Timothy P . Newfield Enriches Environ

F A C U LT Y Letter from the Department Chair T he past year has been very busy and eventful but it has also been a time of deep reflection. Tasked by the Provost to carry out a selfstudy in prepar

FACULTY Letter from the Department Chair Continued from page 1 Professor Jo Ann Moran Cruz received an Outstanding Faculty Award at the School of Continuing Studies 2016 Tropaia Ceremony. Professor

FACULTY Faculty News Mustafa Aksakal is the Nesuhi Ertegun Chair of Modern Turkish Studies. He won a Harry Frank Guggenheim Fellowship to work on his book The Ottoman First World War. Last year he ga

FACULTY Peter Dunkley retired in December 2015. He is continuing work on his book, Ghosts of Westphalia War, Peace, and the European States System, 16481989. He now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Tos

FACULTY served as the keynote speaker, History Day at Fordham University. He also gave 13 talks from September to April in the U.S., the U.K., Germany, New Zealand, the most improbable of which was t

S TA F F KEEPINGUSTOGETHER ATHANKYOUTOKATHYGALLAGHER BY JOHN TUTINO Kathy B. Gallagher CREDIT CAROLINA MADINAVEITIA I n the Summer of 2015, Kathy Gallagher retired after fifteen years of service

F A C U LT Y S TA F F ANAPPRECIATIONOFPETERDUNKLEY BY ADAM ROTHMAN WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM AMY LEONARD AND CAROL A. BENEDICT Professor Peter Dunkley CREDIT HOWARD SPENDELOW T his year, the Histo

FACULTY on campus, Peter served on innumerable committees over the years, including but not limited to the Graduate Studies Committee History, the Planning Committee History, the MSFS Executive Commit

FACULTY Chandra Manning, Troubled Refuge Struggling for Freedom in the Civil War Knopf, August 2016 By the end of the Civil War, nearly half a million slaves had taken refuge behind Union lines, in wh

F A C U LT Y Professor Catherine Evtuhov A FOND FAREWELL TO CATHERINE EVTUHOV BY MICHAEL DAVIDFOX I 10 FALL 2016 HISTORY NEWS MAGAZINE n fall 2016 Professor Catherine Evtuhov will become profess

S TA F F in its broader European context, along with the history of religion and philosophy in Russia. This resulted in The Cross and the Sickle Sergei Bulgakov and the Fate of Russian Religious Phil

F A C U LT Y A N D S T U D E N T Communicants and Commodities Rediscovering Slavery at Georgetown BY THOMAS FOLEY, PH.D. CANDIDATE, DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY In the summer of 1838, shortly after he step

FACULTY David Collins and Marcia Chatelain speaking at the Hilltop Dialogue Reflections on Georgetowns Response to Racial Injustice, Reunion 2016 Weekend. CREDIT RAFAEL SUANES, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

FACULTY Professor Adam Rothman Interview Continued from page 13 I should add that this history has been wellknown and welltold around campus for quite some time. One of the people who should get a l

FACULTY in Cuba. So, I think that moment helps us to understand the gap between what I would call abolition and what I would call emancipationbetween the legal overthrow of slavery on the one hand and

FACULTY Professor Maurice Jackson Interview Continued from page 15 but blacks are not. White income is 20 or 30 higher than blacks. Much of this is inherited wealthmeaning you have parents who can h

FACULTY Jackson Well, I never really intended to write about D.C. even though I have lived here a long time. I much prefer to write about the Atlantic Revolutions and events in the eighteenth century.

STUDENT Letter from the Director of Doctoral Studies BY DAVID COLLINS, S.J. Small but highly selective and nationally competitive ... premier at Georgetown and enjoying a national reputation ... Thr

STUDENT David Collins talks to Ph.D. Candidate, Chelsea Berry Collins Chelsea, Im delighted to be interviewing you this spring both because youre at an exciting moment in your doctoral studies recen

STUDENT Graduate Student News Greg Brew US, year 3 was awarded the Edwin J. Beinecke, Jr. Scholarship in International Affairs from the Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Foundation and Georgetown Univers

STUDENT Ph.D. Graduates, 20152016 SUMMER 2015 FALL 2015 Christopher Gratien, with Distinction The Mountains Are Ours Ecology and Settlement in Late Ottoman and early Republican Cilicia, 18561956 Com

STUDENT Graduate Student Honors and Awards POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS Chad Frazier K Samuel Flagg Bemis Dissertation Research Award, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Chris Gratien

STUDENT Erin Stewart Mauldin, Ph.D. 14, Named 2016 Glassman Dissertation in Humanities Winner The Georgetown Graduate School of Arts and Sciences has named Dr. Erin Stewart Mauldin the recipient of

STUDENT Letter from the Director of M.A. Programs BY MEREDITH MCKITTRICK, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND DIRECTOR T he M.A. in Global, International, and Comparative History MAGIC offers students from a v

STUDENT 20152016 MAGIC Graduates Spotlight BY MEREDITH MCKITTRICK When the M.A. in Global, InternaMatthew Sparks was a double tional, and Comparative history major in history and philosophy was laun

STUDENT Directors Notes The Undergraduate Program BY TOMMASO ASTARITA T he undergraduate program currently has about 100 history HIST majors in the College, and 25 international history IHIS majors

STUDENT Matthew Quallen, Marshall Scholar Grateful for History Education BY MARCIA CHATELAIN O ver the course of his four years at Georgetown, Matthew Quallens SFS 16 love of history has taken him

STUDENT Phi Alpha Theta News 2016 BY AMY LEONARD and what worked and did not for the conference setting. This was perhaps the most valuable part of the experience, as they could learn from each oth

GIGH Georgetown Institute for Global History GIGH Update BY AVIEL ROSHWALD T his year has been chockful of activity for GIGH, in close partnership with a variety of other disciplines and academic u

ALUMNI Alumni News 1957 Kimitada I. Miwa, B.A. 55, M.A. 57 Professor Emeritus at the Institute of International Relations of Sophia University, received his Ph.D. in History from Princeton Universit

ALUMNI Alumni News Edward J. Marolda, M.A. 71 has been an Adjunct Instructor with the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program at Georgetown University. Between 2012 and 2015, he published three a

ALUMNI Alumni News 1977 Edward Ned Case, BSFS 69, M.A. 77 spent 2015 in treasury and investments at Temple University. His work led to a transfer of 150 million of underemployed cash assets to Templ

ALUMNI Alumni News and Friedrich, Karin ed., Die Erschlieung des Raumes Konstruktion, Imagination und Darstellung von Rumen und Grenzen im Barockzeitalter. Wolfenbtteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung

ALUMNI Alumni News 2002 Natana DeLongBas, Ph.D. 02 has been promoted to Assistant Professor of the Practice as a joint appointment between the Theology Department and the Islamic Civilizations and S

ALUMNI 2007 Meredith Oyen, Ph.D. 07 published her first book, The Diplomacy of Migration Transnational Lives and the Making of U.S.Chinese Relations in the Cold War in 2015 with Cornell University J

ALUMNI Alumni News Holly Robertson Huffnagle, MAGIC 13 is now at the U.S. Department of State as the policy advisor to the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism. She advises the Special En

ALUMNI New Alumni Books, July 2015December 2016 Zeinab AbulMagd Ph.D. 08, and Elke Grawert, Businessmen in Arms How the Military and other Armed Groups Profit in the MENA Region Lanham, MD Rowman Li

ALUMNI Edward J. Marolda M.A. 71, and Norman Polmar Naval Air War The Rolling Thunder Campaign, Washington, D.C. Defense Department Navy Naval History Historical Foundation and the Naval History Heri

F A C U LT Y A N D S T U D E N T Class of 2038 Members of the Department of History would like to extend their heartfelt congratulations to the faculty and graduate students who welcomed a new child

Giving to the History Department Thank You The Department of History gratefully acknowledges the gifts of alumni, family, and friends. These gifts have sustained the Department over the years and hav

201516 GIVING Our sincere thanks to those who generously supported the Department of History with their gifts in the recently completed fiscal year. J. Randle Adair C69 Stacey Bellet C04 Carol A. Bene

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