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Recent Doctoral Graduates Regina Kazyulina and Bridget Keown Accept New Positions

The Department of History is proud to announce new positions accepted by two recent doctoral graduate students. Regina Kazyulina has accepted a one-year position in Modern European History at Bates College while Bridget Keown has accepted a position in Gender and Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. Congratulations to Regina and Bridget!

Published On: May 16, 2019 |
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Molly Nebiolo, Doctoral Candidate in History, Named Digital Humanities Fellow at the American Philosophical Society Library in Philadelphia

Molly Nebiolo, a doctoral candidate in History, was recently named one of two 2019-2020 Digital Humanities Fellow at the American Philosophical Society Library in Philadelphia. Her project she will working on during the fellowship is titled “Visualizing Urban Infrastructure, Health, and Medicine in 17th and 18th Century Philadelphia” The fellowship consists of one-month residency and…
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Published On: May 7, 2019 |
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Department of History Administrator Kirsten Bilas Receives Honorable Mention for 2019 Supervisor of the Year Award!

Kirsten Bilas, an administrator for the Department of History,  has received an honorable mention for Northeastern University’s 2019 Supervisor of the Year Award! Nominations are submitted by student workers here at Northeastern University so this has special meaning to our department as Kirsten runs the work study program. Congratulations Kirsten!

Published On: April 19, 2019 |
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Distinguished Professor of History, Emeritus William Fowler Awarded 2019 Katherine Lee Bates Historian Award

 The Falmouth Historical Society has awarded Distinguished Professor of History, Emeritus William Fowler the 2019 Katherine Lee Bates Historian Award. Named for Katherine Lee Bates, author of “America the Beautiful,” and a native of Falmouth, the award recognizes significant contributions to the field of history. It is presented annually to an educator, author or historian…
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Professor Emeritus and Former President of Northeastern University Richard Freeland announces new book entitled “Transforming the Urban University: Northeastern, 1996 – 2006”

Professor Emeritus and Former President of Northeastern University, Richard Freeland, announces new book entitled “Transforming the Urban University: Northeastern, 1996 – 2006” to be released by University Pennsylvania Press to be released in April. More information about his book can be found here

Published On: March 28, 2019 |
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Masters in Public History student Sara Dean to speak at CSSH Graduate Commencement Ceremony on April 29th

Please join the Department of History in congratulating our own Sara Dean (M.A. in Public History, 2019) on being chosen to represent this year’s graduating class of M.A . students at the CSSH commencement ceremony on April 29!  

Published On: February 6, 2019 |
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Masters in Public History Alum Kara Zelasko Accepts Job with the Cultural Department of Meridian International Center

Masters of Public History alum Kara Zelasko will be moving to DC to start working in the Cultural Department of Meridian International Center as a Program Associate. Most of her time will be dedicated to creating traveling exhibitions focusing on US international relations history and will also help facilitate some public programs Meridian offers. Kara graduated from…
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Published On: October 23, 2018 |
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Professor Marty Blatt publishes blog on King Philip’s War for MASS Humanities

Professor of the Practice and Director of the Public History Program Marty Blatt has recently published a blog post for MASS Humanities entitled “King Philip’s War and the Cultural Landscape of Boston”

Published On: September 20, 2018 |
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Assistant Professor Philip Thai interviewed for New Books Network podcast

Philip Thai, Assistant Professor of History, was recently interviewed for the New Books Network podcast about his new book “China’s War on Smuggling: Law, Economics, Life, and the Making of the Modern State, 1842 – 1965.” now available through Columbia Press. You can listen to the podcast here

Published On: August 21, 2018 |
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Assistant Professor Victoria Cain Gives Keynote Address at the Shanghai International Museum Forum

Victoria Cain, Assistant Professor of History at Northeastern University, recently returned from Shanghai China where she gave the keynote address at the Shanghai International Museum Form. In addition to the keynote address, Professor Cain also took part in a panel focusing on Naturalists and Museum Collections with her talk entitled “Fifty Years of Searching for…
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Published On: July 27, 2018 |
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