News and Events
Professor Napoli Publishes Book on Vietnam War Veterans
Congratulations to Professor Phil Napoli, whose Bringing It All Back Home: An Oral History of New York City's Vietnam Veterans (Hill and Wang/Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013) is out this month.
Professor Banerjee Awarded Year-Long Grant
Congratulations to Professor Swapna Banerjee, who has received a Wolfe Institute Faculty Fellowship for 2013–14 to support her research on parents and children in colonial India.
Lecture on the Jews of Dijon
Professor Robert Weiner of Lafayette College will speak about his new book, An Uncertain Future: Voices of a French Jewish Community, 1940-2012 (University of Toronto Press, 2012) in Professor Troyansky's modern French history class on Thursday, April 11, 11 a.m., 519 Whitehead Hall.
Professor O'Keeffe Wins Award
Professor Brigid O'Keeffe has won the Feliks Gross Endowment Award for her scholarly achievement. She was one of four CUNY faculty to be so honored by the CUNY Academy for the Humanities and Sciences. Her book on the Roma (Gypsies) in the Soviet Union will appear this summer with the University of Toronto Press. This semester she is also a recipient of a Whiting Fellowship.
Brooklyn College Historical Society Speaker Series
An opportunity to hear faculty members speak about their research.
- Professor David G. Troyansky, co-editor with Hafid Gafaiti and Patricia M.E. Lorcin, Transnational Spaces and Identities in the Francophone World (Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press, 2009).
- Professor KC Johnson, All the Way with LBJ: The 1964 Presidential Election (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009)
- Professor Gunja SenGupta, From Slavery to Poverty: The Racial Origins of Welfare in New York, 1840–1918 (New York, 2009)
- Professor Edwin G. Burrows, Forgotten Patriots: The Untold Story of American Prisoners During the Revoutionary War (New York: Basic Books, 2008). Forgotten Patriots has been awarded the 2009 Fraunces Tavern Museum Book Award.
- Professor Christopher Ebert, Between Empires: Brazilian Sugar in the Early Atlantic Economy, 1550–1630 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2008).
Brooklyn College Historical Society
Students interested in joining our local "history club" should contact Professor Philip Napoli.