History Major Krithika Pennathur nominated for University of Pittsburgh Senior of the Year
Krithika Pennathur will graduate with majors in History, English Writing and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies (GSWS) along with minors in Chemistry and Applied Statistics and a certificate in Transatlantic Studies.
Recent Alums Report Back on Doors History Has Opened for Them
Julia Strickland-Gilliard, Desireé Vaughn, Bill Schlachter, and Connor Harbison will share experiences with current students over lunch on Thursday, March 28 at the University Club, Conference Room A from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.
B.Phil. and History honors major Joshua Hanley wins William Stanton Prize
Recognizing the outstanding honors thesis in History, the prize was generously established by Pitt alumnus David Frederick in honor of his mentor William Ragan Stanton, esteemed American historian who taught here from 1962 until 1994.
Alessandro Conway completes B.Phil. and wins Fulbright
Working with Bernie Hagerty, History minor Alessandro Conway recently completed a BPhil in Economics and International Area Studies (Summer 2017) and has just won a Fulbright to conduct research at Sciences-Po in France.
Teaching Comparative Urban Studies through Food in Lyon, France
History PhD candidate Dan Holland reports on the mini-course in urban studies he taught to gradaute students at Jean Monnet University in Saint-Étienne as part of Pitt’s cooperative agreement with Jean Monnet University and Sciences Po Lyon.
Students visit plantation, learn about local history of slavery
“Usually when we talk about slavery, my students are really blown away that there was slavery in the Pittsburgh area. Students would say, ‘I’ve never heard of this. I thought slavery was down south. We never were taught that,’” explains Professor Larry Glasco.
Tony Novosel wins Chancellor's Distinguished Public Service Award
Decades of innovative research and outreach to former combatants earn Pitt History professor and undergraduate adviser flagship award. “Your passionate engagement in Northern Ireland led you to activities which have helped heal factional divides.”
History major Susie Pisarcik '16 wins 2017 German Chancellor Fellowship
Selected as one of only 10 fellows from the US (50 fellows worldwide), Susie will examine refugee resettlement and integration in rural Germany in a year-long research project.