Cameron Blevins and John Tinnell’s CU Next Award Project Hopes to Bring Data Advocacy for All

Nov. 3, 2022

Cameron Blevins, Associate Professor Clinical Teaching Track in History, and Professor John Tinnell of English, are part of an inter-campus team that received the CU Next Award for their project, Data Advocacy for All. The $300,000 grant, received in May, will soon provide students with the opportunity to learn how...

Gabriel Finkelstein Interviewed for German Blog

Oct. 19, 2022

Gabriel Finkelstein, Associate Professor of History, was recently interviewed about his motives for engaging with science and society by Ilja Bohnet for his blog Spannungsfeld . Bohnet (a particle physicist who works as a Chief Research Manager at the largest scientific organization in Germany, Helmholtz Association) became interested in Finkelstein’s...

Marjorie Levine-Clark Recent Publications

Sept. 22, 2022

Marjorie Levine-Clark, Professor of History and Associate Dean for Diversity, Outreach, and Initiatives, recently published a four-volume collection of British primary sources on Work and Unemployment, 1834-1911 (New York: Routledge, 2022), with extensive editorial commentary. The volumes explore the interdependent meanings attached to work and unemployment, working-class men’s and women’s...

Gabriel Finkelstein Interview from Sabbatical in Bordeaux

April 14, 2022

Gabriel Finkelstein, Associate Professor of History, now on sabbatical as a visiting fellow, published an interview with Bordeaux Neurocampus , the neuroscience Department of Bordeaux University. Finkelstein is working with the Neuroscience, Humanities and Society team of the Institute of Neurodegenerative Diseases.

New Book on Colonization from Brandon Mills

Oct. 28, 2020

History Instructor Brandon Mills recently published his new book, The World Colonization Made: The Racial Geography of Early American Empire . It chronicles the rise and fall of the colonization movement as a political force within the United States – from its roots in the crises of the Revolutionary Era,...

Marjorie Levine-Clark Contributed to Prize Winning Reference

Aug. 19, 2020

Associate Dean for Diversity, Outreach, and Initiatives, and Professor of History, Marjorie Levine-Clark contributed to the edited collection A Cultural History of Work: Volumes 1-6 , which recently won the Association of American Publishers 2020 PROSE Award for Multivolume Reference: Humanities. Her chapter, “Work and Society” was included in Volume...

Peter Kopp Starts NEH Grant to Finish Second Book

Aug. 19, 2020

Peter A. Kopp, Associate Professor of History, recently began a yearlong National Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Grant in the hopes of finishing his second book, “Fabián García: Father of the New Mexico Chile Pepper.”

Rachel Gross Publishes on the Role of Corporate Sponsorships in Climbing Everest

Aug. 19, 2020

In “Logos on Everest: Commercial Sponsorship of American Expeditions, 1950–2000,” published in July by Cambridge University Press , the History Department’s latest hire, Assistant Professor Rachel Gross lays out the impact companies have had on the history of summiting Mount Everest. “The funds dedicated to sponsorship by the end of...

National History Day in Colorado cover story in the fall SRMA newsletter

Sept. 10, 2019

Highlighting the achievements of National History Day in Colorado (NHDC), administered in the History Department, the fall Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists (SRMA) newsletter will educate members about the 24,000 students across the state who participate in NHDC each year. The fall issue also highlights NHDC teacher workshop trainings, research...

Whitesides publishing and blogging

April 9, 2019

CT Clinical Assistant Professor of History Greg Whitesides recently published his latest book Science and American Foreign Relations since World War II ( Cambridge Studies in US Foreign Relations). From atomic energy and satellites to the green revolution, his book covers scientific advances central to American diplomacy in the early...