Amy Newhouse has been named the winner of the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference (SCSC) Carl S. Meyer prize for the paper she gave at the 2013 annual meeting, “Bodies as Boundaries: Corporal Jobs and Contagious Disease in Sixteenth-Century Nuremberg.”  Recognizing superiority and originality of research as well as literary quality and the development of stimulating interpretations, the prize which includes a $500 award was presented at the 2014 SCSC meeting in New Orleans this past... Read more

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Congratulations to Cory Davis on satisfying the requirements and earning his Master's degree in history on October 3, 2014.  He plans to continue with the Ph.D.

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Congratulations to David Yoder Neufeld on winning a Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship awarded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

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Congratulations to David Yoder Neufeld on satisfying the requirements and earning his Master's degree in history on October 30, 2013.  He will continue on to the Ph.D.

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Congratulations to Sean Eric Clark, who on October 18, 2013, successfully defended his doctoral thesis titled "Protestants in Palestine: Reformation of Holy Land Pilgrimage in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries."

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Congratulations to Amy Newhouse on winning a DAAD Fellowship (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst - the German Academic Exchange Service) and an LIEG Fellowship (Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte) for the academic year 2013/2014.  She will spend her year in Nuremberg and Mainz, Germany, doing dissertation research on contagious disease and marginalization in early modern Nuremberg.

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Congratulations to Patrick Meeks who on April 26, 2013, satisfied the requirements and earned his M.A. degree in history.

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Congratulations to Paul Buehler and Elizabeth Ellis-Marino on winning Fulbright Fellowships for the academic year 2011/2012.  Buehler will spend his year in Vienna, Austria, doing dissertation research on censorship in the Imperial Book Commission.  Ellis-Marino will travel to Germany to pursue research on the relationship between the nobility and the clerics in Paderborn.

Post date: Fri, 05/06/2011 - 16:16

It is our great pleasure to announce the momentous news that this summer our anonymous donor decided that the time was right to complete the funding for the Heiko A. Oberman Chair. The $2 million goal for the endowment has been attained! What is more, Oberman's distinguished Research Library has been secured for the University of Arizona where its treasures will inform scholars and students for generations to come. Through this endowment the Division for Late Medieval and Reformation... Read more

Post date: Thu, 06/24/2010 - 12:25

Professor Ute Lotz-Heumann earned the Habilitation on June 23 from Humboldt University, Berlin, the highest academic degree a person can achieve in her native Germany.  Earned after the doctorate, the Habilitation requires that the candidate must independently write a second professorial thesis to be reviewed by an academic committee and give a lecture on a subject in modern history not yet previously covered in their research.  Her habilitation manuscript is entitled Der Kurort als... Read more

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