Dr. Puck Brecher’s new book Japan’s Private Spheres: Autonomy in Japanese History, 1600-1930. You can take a look at Dr. Brecher’s book by clicking here.
The Smith Teaching and Learning Grants are awarded by the Vice Provost for Academic Engagement and Student Achievement to faculty members who submit proposals supporting innovative ideas that enhance teaching and learning at WSU. This year’s recipients include Dr. Nikolaus Overtoom as well as Dr. Tracey Hanshew and instructor Robert Franklin for a joint proposal. Congratulations to all award recipients!
Dr. Tracey Hanshew has been selected to receive the early career achievement award for career track faculty! This award recognizes faculty who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in teaching, scholarly and creative and/or service activity early in their professional career. Congratulations Dr. Hanshew!
Dr. Nikolaus Overtoom’s recent talk, “The Tradition of Rome and Parthia’s Rivalry,” is now available for viewing on Youtube. You can view his new video by clicking here.
R. Charles Weller and Anver Emon, eds., Reason, Revelation and Law in Islamic and Western Theory and History (Islam and Global Studies Series, Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).
(Ch 1) “Introduction: Reason, Revelation, and Law in Global Historical Perspective” (pp 1-24)
(Ch 2) “The Historical Relation of Islamic and Western Law” (pp 25-45)
Learn more about Reason, Revelation and Law in Islamic and Western Theory and History by clicking here!
Dr. Chastain’s article on French metro-building in Latin America was just published! This article, “Rethinking Basic Infrastructure: French Aid and Metro Development in Postwar Latin America,” is part of a special issue of Comparativ on urbanization and international development in Africa and Latin America since 1945. You can read more about the article by clicking here!
Dr. Bob Bauman and WSU Tri Cities lecturer, Robert Franklin (MA 2014, WSU), have released their new co-edited book, Echoes of Exclusion and Resistance: Voices from the Hanford Region. Echoes of Exclusion and Resistance “focuses on the experiences of non-white groups such as the Wanapum, Chinese immigrants, World War II Japanese in carcerees, and African American migrant workers from the South, whose lives were deeply impacted by the Hanford Site,” (WSU Press). You can read more about this new book by clicking here!
Dr. Shawna Herzog is celebrating the release of her new book, Negotiating Abolition: The Antislavery Project in the British Straits Settlements, 1786-1843! Negotiating Abolition “provides an important new perspective for scholars of slavery interested in Southeast Asia, British imperialism in the Indian Ocean world and Asia, the East India Company in the Straits, and gender and sexuality in the context of empire,” (Bloomsbury Academic). You can read more about Dr. Herzog’s book by clicking here!
Professor Mathew Sutton recently published an article, “The Capitol Riot Revealed the Darkest Nightmares of White Evangelical America: How 150 years of apocalyptic agitation culminated in an insurrection,” in The New Republic. You can read his article about the January 6th events at the Capitol by clicking here.
Associate Professor Lawrence Hatter’s article, “The similarities to the last invasion of the Capitol matter — so do the differences,” was published in the Washington Post on January 11th. You can read his thoughts on the events at the U.S. capitol by clicking here.