Annenberg Seminar in History

Wed, 01/31/2018 - 5:00pm
College Hall 209

Annenberg Seminar in History

David Wheat, Associate Professor of History, Michigan State University
"Seville and the Atlantic: The Indies Fleets and the 16th-century Transatlantic Slave Trade."

Annenberg Seminar in History

Tue, 11/28/2017 - 4:30pm
College Hall 209

Annenberg Seminar in History

Ned Blackhawk, Professor of History and American Studies, Yale University
"The Unpredictability of Violence: Native Peoples and New France to 1701”

Annenberg Seminar in History

Tue, 10/03/2017 - 4:30pm
College Hall 209

Annenberg Seminar in History

David Blackbourn, Cornelius Vanderbilt Distinguished Chair of History, Vanderbilt University
"Empires, the Atlantic World and the New Consumer Culture."

Annenberg Seminar in History

Tue, 09/05/2017 - 4:30pm

Annenberg Seminar in History

Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet, Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania
“Plumbing the Past: Histories of Culture and Conflict in the Persian Gulf."

Sarah L. H. Gronningsater

Assistant Professor of History
Office Hours: 
On leave 2017-2018
Teaching Schedule: 
On leave 2017-2018
gronning@sas.upenn.edu

Sarah Gronningsater is a historian of the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century United States, with a particular interest in slavery and abolition. She works at the intersections of legal, political, constitutional, and social history. 

Supreme Court Fellows Program

Thu, 06/29/2017

Smita Ghosh (JD/PhD candidate) has received a  fellowship at the Supreme Court fellows program, and will be a fellow from 2017-2018 at the U.S. Sentencing Commission.  

Smita is working on a dissertation project entitled “Losing Our Borders: The Long History of Immigration Detention.”  Her committee is: Prof. Sally Gordon (supervisor) and Prof. Sophia Lee (law school).

 

Association for Jewish Studies Fellowship for 2017-2018

Sat, 04/22/2017

Tamara Morsel-Eisenberg has been awarded a highly-competitive dissertation completion fellowship from the Association for Jewish Studies for 2017-2018.

Tamara’s dissertation is "The Organization of Halakhic Knowledge in the Early Modern Period: Ashkenazic Responsa as a Case Study.”  Her committee is: Prof. David Ruderman (Advisor); Prof. Roger Chartier; Prof. Talya Fishman (NELC); and Prof. Elhanan Reiner (Tel Aviv University).

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