Publications

ANNUAL REPORTS

2012-2013 annual report

EARLY MODERN WOMEN: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL


‌Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal
 is the only journal devoted solely to the interdisciplinary and global study of women and gender during the years 1400 to 1700. 

 EARLY MODERN WOMEN: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL

CLIO: A JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, HISTORY, AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY

"Atlantic Narratives" Special Issue

Edited by Tim Watson Atlantic

* 2010 Atlantic Studies Research Group Conference

CLIO: A JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, HISTORY, AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY

Eduardo Elena, Dignifying Argentina: Peronism, Citizenship, and Mass Consumption
(University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011).

*2009-2010 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow

Dignifying Argentina: Peronism, Citizenship, and Mass Consumption

Kate Ramsey, The Spirits and the Law: Vodou and Power in Haiti (University Of Chicago Press, 2011).

*2011-2012 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow 
*Berkshire Conference of Women Historians Best First Book Prize
*2011-2012 Associate of Caribbean Historians Elsa Goveia Prize
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The Spirits and the Law: Vodou and Power in Haiti

Joel Nickels, The Poetry of the Possible: Spontaneity, Modernism, and the Multitude
(University Of Minnesota Press, 2012).

*2009-2010 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow
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The Poetry of the Possible: Spontaneity, Modernism, and the Multitude

Mark Rowlands, Can Animals Be Moral? 
(Oxford University Press, 2012). 

*2010-2011 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow
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Can Animals Be Moral?

Brenna Munro, South Africa and the Dream of Love to Come: Queer Sexuality and the Struggle for Freedom (University Of Minnesota Press, 2012).

*2011-2012 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow *Queer Studies Research Group 
*Trans Global / Global Trans Symposium
*2013 Honorable mention, Modern Language Association's GL/Q Caucus for the Alan Bray Memorial Book Prize
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South Africa and the Dream of Love to Come: Queer Sexuality and the Struggle for Freedom

Anne J. Cruz and Maria Galli Stampino*, Early Modern Habsburg Women: Transnational Contexts, Cultural Conflicts, Dynastic Continuities (Ashgate, 2013). 

*2012-2013 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow

Early Modern Habsburg Women: Transnational Contexts, Cultural Conflicts, Dynastic Continuities

Amie ThomassonOntology made Easy (Oxford University Press, 2014).

*2010-2011 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow
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Ontology made Easy

 

Hugh ThomasThe Secular Clergy in England, 1066-1216 (Oxford University Press, 2015).

*2009-2010 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow
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The Secular Clergy in England

Viviana Díaz Balsera, La Florida: Five Hundred Years of Hispanic Presence (University Press of Florida, 2014)‌.

* 2013-2014 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow
* Gold Medal in the 2014 Florida Book Awards Florida Non-Fiction Category
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La Florida: Five Hundred Years of Hispanic Presence

Articles

Herman Beck, “Konflikte zwischen Deutschnationalen und Nationalsozialisten während der Machtergreifungszeit,” in Historische Zeitschrift no. 292, vol. 3 (June 2011), 645-681. 
(2010-11 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow).

“Anti-Semitic Violence ‘From Below’: Attacks and Protestant Church Responses in Germany in 1933,” Politics, Religion, and Ideology, no. 3, vol.14 (September 2013): 395-412.

Michael Bernath, “The Confederacy as a Moment of Possibility,” Journal of Southern History, no. 2, vol. 79 (May 2013): 299-338. (2010-11 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow).

“‘Independent in Everything—Neutral in Nothing’:  Joseph Addison Turner, The Countryman, and the Cultivation of Confederate Nationalism,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, no. 1, vol. 96 (2012): 24-55.

Simon J. Evnine, "Ready-Mades: Ontology and Aesthetics," British Journal of Aesthetics 53.4 (October 2013): 407–423. (2011-12 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow).

"Essentially Contested Concepts and Semantic Externalism,"Journal of the Philosophy of History (2014): 118-140.

John Funchion, "Reading Less Littorally: Kentucky and the Translocal Imagination in the Atlantic World," Early American Literature 48.1 (2013): 61-91. (2010-11 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow).

Richard Godbeer,"The Sodomy Trial of Nicholas Sension, 1677: Documents and Teaching Guide," The Journal of Early American Studies, no. 2, vol. 12 (Spring 2014): 402-457. (2013-14 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow).

Amelia Hintzen, “Historical Forgetting and the Dominican Constitutional Tribunal,” Journal of Haitian Studies 20, no. 1 (Spring 2014). (2013-14 Center for the Humanities Dissertation Fellow).

“Extranjeros en Transito: La Evolución Histórica de Políticas Migratorias del Estado Dominicano,” República Dominicana y Haití: El Derecho de Vivir, edited by Matías Bosch. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Ediciones Fundación Juan Bosch (2014): 217-235.

Brenna Munro, "Nelson, Winnie, and the Politics of Gender," The Cambridge Companion to Nelson Mandela, edited by Rita Barnard, Cambridge University Press (January 2014): 92-113. (2011-12 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow).

Gema Perez-Sanchez, "Transnational Conversations in Migration, Queer, and Transgender Studies: Multimedia Storyspaces" Revista Canadiense De Estudios Hispanicos 35.1 (2010): 163-84 (Trans Global/ Global Trans Symposium; Queer Studies Research Group).

Stephanie Selvick, "Androgynous Social Media and Visual Culture," LGBT Youth and Media Cultures. Ed. Christopher Pullen, forthcoming in Palgrave (2014). (2013-14 Center for the Humanities Dissertation Fellow).

Hugh M. Thomas, "Shame, Masculinity, and the Death of Thomas Becket"Speculum 87, 4 (2012): 1050-1088 (2009-10 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow).

Tim Watson, "'Every Guy Has His Own Africa': Postwar Anthropology in Saul Bellow's Henderson the Rain King," Novel: A Forum on Fiction 46.2 (2013): 275-95. (2010-11 Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellow).