QC Professor Warren Woodfin will be a 2019-20 fellow at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection in Washington, DC next year. Congratulations to him!
QC Professor Francesca Bregoli was selected as a Starr Fellow in Judaica at Harvard University for 2019-20 on the theme "The Affective Turn in Modern Jewish History," for her project Intimate Affairs: Jewish Trade and Emotions in the Eighteenth-Century Mediterranean.
Prof. Bregoli should also be congratulated on the appearance of the volume Connecting Histories: Jews and Their Others in Early Modern Europe (Penn Press, 2019), which she edited with David B. Ruderman.
QC Professor Katherine Antonova was awarded an American Councils Title VIII Research Scholar award to conduct research in St. Petersburg, Russia for six months in the summer and fall of 2019, for her project titled, “Troublesome Women: Policing Faith and Transforming Russian Elites after Napoleon.”
We are delighted to congratulate Distinguished Professor Morris Rossabi on his acceptance of a fellowship from the Invited Scholars programme at the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Founder’s Collection! Prof. Rossabi will be worth with the Far-Eastern Art collection in Lisbon, Portugal.
Prof. Rossabi had a busy summer, delivering a keynote speech at Bonn University on "Ming China and Tribute Relations" at a conference on Tribute in China in July and another keynote at NYU-Shanghai on "The Mongols and World History" at a conference on Eurasian Connections. This December, he will also be speaking on "Yuan Dynasty Porcelains" at I Tatti, the Harvard Center in Florence.
Miriam Liebman has been awarded the annual dissertation fellowship from the National Society of Colonial Dames in the State of New York. To facilitate progress on: "The Tale of Two Cities: American Women in Paris and London, 1780-1815." Congratulations, Miriam!
The Advanced Research Collaborative at the CUNY Graduate Center promotes interdisciplinary scholarship. Congratulations to Associate Professor Elissa Bemporad! Click here to find out more about the fellowship!
Amy Chazkel, Associate Professor of History at QC and the CUNY Graduate Center, was awarded a prestigious NEH Fellowship for University Teachers for her project "Urban Chiaroscuro: Rio de Janeiro and the Politics of Nightfall." The grant is highly competitive. This year only 86 awards were made in the national competition. Congratulations, Professor Chazkel!