Clio: Nov 22, 2013

Dr. Ken Hall presented an invited paper on “The End of the ‘Age of Commerce?’ Commodity Flows, Networks of Trade, and Labor Circulation in the 18th- and 19th- Century Eastern Indian Ocean” as a member of a panel discussion of “South Asia’s networked maritime relationship in the 18th and 19th Centuries” at the annual South … Read more

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Clio: Oct 25, 2013

Dr. Nicole Etcheson’s latest contribution to the New York Times Disunion blog, “Making War on the Draft,” came out October 18, 2013. Dr. Nina Mjagkij, who serves as a scholarly adviser for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, attended an Exhibition Content Review Meeting of the museum’s inaugural exhibit, titled “Making a Way out … Read more

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Clio: Oct 11, 2013

Congratulations to Jacob Dobbs who has accepted a position as a scanning specialist with History IT. Dr. Nicole Etcheson published “Massacre at Baxter Springs,” on the New York Times Disunion blog. Dr. Ken Hall’s book, Networks of Trade, Polity, and Societal Integration in Chola-era South India, c. 875-1279, has been published by the Primus Press (New Dehli, … Read more

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Clio: Sept 27, 2013

Congratulations to Dave Ulbrich (M.A. 1996) gave a lecture entitled “Thomas Holcomb and the Modern Marine Corps,” in New York City in May 2013. The lecture recently aired on C-SPAN 3and is also available to be seen here. Congratulations to William Jacobs has accepted a position as a history and geography teacher at Northrop High School in … Read more

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Clio: Sept 6, 2013

Eric Spall (M.A. 2013) has had his essay, “The Disinterested and Heroic Quality of a Volunteer: European Mercenaries and the Continental Army” accepted for publication in the Spring 2014 edition of Early American Studies. The essay was originally written for HIST 613. The Ball State Mu-Beta chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, national history honorary, inducted history students Ashley Cornwell, … Read more

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Clio: Aug 23, 2013

Dr. Scott Stephan’s review of Libra Hilde’s Worth a Dozen Men: Women and Nursing in the Civil War South appeared in the June issue of the American Historical Review. Dr. Sarah Drake Brown published her article, “Preparing Effective History Teachers: The Assessment Gap,” in The Journal of Social Studies Research 37(2013), 167-177. Dr. Nicole Etcheson published “Governor Morton’s … Read more

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