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History Doctoral Candidate Luke Scalone Interviewed on Maghrib in Past & Present Podcast

History doctoral candidate Luke Scalone was recently interviewed for episode of the Maghrib in Past & Present podcast. During the podcast, Luke talked with the Directer of Centre d’Études Maghrébines à Tunis (CEMAT) Dr. Meriem Guetat about his current research project entitled “France’s Shattered Empire: Fascism and Republicanism in Colonial Tunisia, 1931-1944.”

Published On: April 2, 2020 |
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Dean of Libraries Dan Cohen and Associate Professor of History Victoria Cain Quoted in the Boston Globe About Journaling During COVID-19 Outbreak

Dean of Libraries Dan Cohen and Associate Professor of History Victoria Cain recently discussed with Boston Globe the historical importance of paper journaling can have during the COVID-19 virus outbreak and other major events. Click here to read the article for more information!

Published On: March 23, 2020 |
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Philip Thai, Associate Professor of History, Awarded ACLS-Burkhardt Fellowship

Congratulations to Philip Thai, an Associate Professor of History, who was recently awarded the ACLS-Burkhardt Fellowship for his project entitled “In the Shadows of the Bamboo Curtain: Underground Economies across Greater China during the Cold War.” Congratulations Philip!

Published On: January 24, 2020 |
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Undergraduate History Students Awarded Funding for Research Projects

Undergraduate history students Ayeon Lee and Meghan Jones each received Peak Award funding from Northeastern University to conduct research this term for their capstone course. In addition, both Ayeon Lee and Kerrina Williams also received funding from the Health and Humanities fund for their research projects. Congratulations to our students!

Published On: January 13, 2020 |
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Sara Dean, Recent Public History Graduate, Publishes Essay in the Public Historian

Sara Dean, recent graduate of the Northeastern Public History Program, has a review essay of Northeastern Professor Sari Altschuler’s exhibit, Touch This Page!: Making Sense of the Ways We Read, in the Public Historian, November 2019, Volume 41, Number 4.

Published On: December 16, 2019 |
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Masters in Public History Alum Doneeca Thurston named Director of Lynn Museum / LynnArts

    Doneeca Thurston, a Masters in Public History alum, was recently named the new Director of Lynn Museum / LynnArts. Prior to this new position Doneeca had worked at the Peabody Essex Museum. Read the announcement of Doneeca’s hiring here

Published On: October 7, 2019 |
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Megan Barney and Caroline Klibanoff, Recent Public History Program Graduates, Take on Leadership Roles in the Digital Humanities Field

We are proud to report that two of our recent graduates have recently taken public history positions where they will be leaders in the digital humanities field. Megan Barney is the Coordinator for Online Learning, Facing History and Ourselves.  Caroline Klibanoff is Program Manager, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution.

Published On: September 16, 2019 |
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Professor of the Practice, Marty Blatt, interviewed on WBUR about Faneuil Hall and how it should address its history of slavery

Professor of the Practice and current Director of the Public History Program, Marty Blatt, was recently interviewed on WBUR about Faneuil Hall and how its history of slavery should be addressed. You can listen to the interview here

Published On: July 24, 2019 |
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Incoming Chair and Professor of History Timothy Brown Interviewed About the 75th Anniversary of D-Day by News@Northeastern

Incoming Chair and Professor of History Timothy Brown was recently interviewed by News@Northeastern for a video entitled “Remembering D-Day 75 Years Later”.

Published On: June 6, 2019 |
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Recent Doctoral Graduate Olivier Schouteden Accepts Assistant Professorship at the American University in Cairo

  The Department of History at Northeastern is proud to announce that Olivier Schouteden, a recent doctoral program graduate, has accepted a position as an Assistant Professor at the American University in Cairo. Olivier successfully defended his dissertation entitled “Impossible Indochina: Obstacles, Issues, and Failures of French Colonial Exploration in Southeast Asia, 1862 – 1914”…
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Published On: June 4, 2019 |
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