Sam Lebovic, one of CHR's spring 2021 Faculty Fellows, who has been awarded a NEH Public Scholars grant for his project, "A History of the Espionage Act." Find a full list of this year's recipients here.
CHR spring 2021 Faculty Fellow Nathaniel Greenberg has a new article out in the International Journal of Communication entitled, “American Spring: How Russian State Media Translate American Protests for an Arab Audience.” Read it here.
Tawnya Azar, Term Assistant Professor of English, will be working on a book manuscript entitled, Digital Literary Culture
Charles L. Chavis, Jr., Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution and History, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, will be working on a Digital Exhibit and Discussion Guide which builds on his upcoming publication, “The Silent Shore: The Lynching of Matthew Williams and the Politics of Racism in the Free State.”
Kevin M. Flanagan, Term Assistant Professor of English, will be working on a chapter, for an edited volume, entitled, “Taste, Paternalism, and London Bohemianism: The Party’s Over (1965) through Censorship and Cultural History.”
Huwy-min Lucia Liu, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, will be working on a book manuscript tentatively titled Governing Death, Making Persons: The New Chinese Way of Death.
Each will share their research at the CHR next year.