Alongside our existing 12 sub-fields, the History Department supports a number of cross-field clusters. The clusters are intended to attract students and faculty to important themes and current in the historical discipline. The clusters will offer new courses, sponsor outside speakers, and convene Department-based workshops and seminars.
A new book, Killing Trayvons: An Anthology of American Violence, (CounterPunch, 2014) with contributions by Robin Kelley and Brenda Stevenson, has been published.
Sarah Stein has published a new book, Sephardi Lives A Documentary History, 1700–1950. (Stanford University Press, 2014)
Peter Baldwin has published a new book, The Copyright Wars: Three Centuries of Trans-Atlantic Battle. (Princeton University Press, 2014)