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Listen to Margaret Kelley discuss it's not just fear of violence or belief in the second amendment and gun rights prompting gun ownership. On this episode of WhenExpertsAttack she explains that concerns about Armageddon and "supernatural" evil also are at play.
Congratulations to Bobby Cervantes for being awarded the Harry Middleton Fellowship in Presidential Studies!
Congratulations to Dr. Alex Stucky for successfully defending his dissertation on December 12, 2019.
Congratulations to Dr. Ora McWilliams for successfully defending his dissertation on May 10, 2019.
Congratulations to Sam Steuart for being named KU's 20th Truman scholar!
This article, written by Geoffrey Newman, was published in the August edition of the Kansas History Journal. Congratulations Geoffrey!
Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Kathryn Vaggalis for being awarded the American Studies Association's 2018 Gene Wise-Warren Susman Prize!
This article, written by Ph.D. candidate Hannah Bailey, was published in the latest edition of Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Congratulations, Hannah!
Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan Burrow-Branine for successfully defending his dissertation with honors January 25, 2018.
Congratulations to Ph.D. student William Adams for receiving the Black Metropolis Research Consortium (BMRC) Summer Short-term Fellowship.
Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Hannah Bailey for being awarded the 2017 Graduate Studies Summer Scholarship.
Ph.D. candidate, Rachel Schwaller, has been awarded the Hall Center's Sias Fellowship for Spring 2018. This award grants a stipend and office space at the Hall Center for Rachel to focus on her writing. Congratulations, Rachel!
Congratulations to Marilyn Ortega, Ph.D. student in American Studies, for being selected as one of the inaugural National Humanities Without Walls Predoctoral Fellows for 2017.
In September 2016, PhD candidate Kathryn Vaggalis received the Center for Migration Research Graduate Student Grant, a $500 award designated for students performing migration-related research. The grant supports students in the Center's mission to promote, coordinate, and facilitate innovative high-quality interdisciplinary research on how human migration both shapes and is shaped by the social landscapes in which it takes place. Kathryn received the award to help fund her visit to the National Archives in Washington, DC to conduct research for her dissertation on early-twentieth century immigrant Greek and Japanese picture brides.
Ben Chappell will be speaking at the Kansas City Museum this week, discussing his research at Mexican American softball tournaments. It should be an interesting event, somewhere between an academic conference, an old-timer’s game, and Antiques Roadshow. The initiative is aimed at developing the collection of the National Museum of American History. Participants will also get a shout-out at the Royals game on Thursday, so look for me on the jumbotron. More info (Smithsonian web site) »
Area Studies and the Problems of Global HistoriesJune 9, 2016 — KU’s Ruben Flores guest post, "Area Studies and the Problems of Global Histories," appears on U
CLAS names 1st associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusionJune 2, 2016 — LAWRENCE – A new associate dean at the University of Kansas will oversee diversity, equity and inclusion programming and policies for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. ...