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Faculty Publications, 2012

Books:
  • Saul Cornell, Jennifer Keene, and Ed O'Donnell, Visions of America: A History of the United States 2nd edition.  Published by Longman.
  • Hector Lindo-Fuentes and Erik Ching, Modernizing Minds: Education Reform, Modernization and Cold War Politics in El Salvador, 1960-1980.  Published by the University of New Mexico Press.
  • Christopher Maginn, William Cecil, Ireland and the Tudor State. Published by Oxford University Press.
  • Wolfgang Mueller, The Criminalization of Abortion in the West.  Published by Cornell University Press.
  • Silvana Patriarca and Lucy Riall, eds. The Risorgimento Revisited.  Nationalism and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Italy. Published by Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Nicholas PaulTo Follow in Their Footsteps: The Crusades and Family Memory in the High Middle Ages.  Published by Cornell University Press.
  • Nicholas Paul and Suzanne Yeager, eds. Remembering the Crusades: Myth, Image, and Identity. Published by Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Daniel Soyer and Annie Polland.  The Emerging Metropolis: New York Jews in the Age of Immigration, 1840-1920: Volume 2, City of Promises. Published by New York University Press.
Journal Articles:
  • David Hamlin.  "Water and Empire: Germany, Bavaria and the Danube in World War I." First World War Studies 3, 1 (2012).
  • Maryanne Kowaleski with Morgan Kay.  "Developing an Online Database on a Shoestring: Growing Pains at the Online Medieval Sources Bibliography."  The Digital Medievalist 7 (2011), published Feb. 2012.
  • Christopher Maginn.  "William Cecil and the Elizabethan Conquest of Ireland."  History Ireland 20, 5 (2012).
  • Yuko Miki.  "Fleeing into Slavery: the Insurgent Geographies of Brazilian Quilombolas (Maroons), 1880-1881." The Americas 68, 4 (2012).
  • Durba Mitra.  "Critical Perspectives on the SlutWalks in India."  News and Views discussion, Feminist Studies 38, 1 (2012).
  • Alex Novikoff.  "From Dialogue to Disputation in the Age of Archbishop Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada."  Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies, 4, 1 (2012)
  • Alex Novikoff.  "Toward a Cultural History of Scholastic Disputation."  American Historical Review 117, 2 (21012).
  • Silvana Patriarca.  "Une emotion patriotique: la honte et le Risorgimento."  Revue d'histoire du XIXe siècle 44, 1 (2012)/
  • Carina Ray. "Tales from the New African Archive."  Historical Reflections/Reflexions Historiques 38, 2 (2012).
Book Chapters:
  • Sal Acosta.  "En el corazón del pueblo: Pedro Infante's Funeral, the Pueblo Motif, and the Contest over his Legacy."  In Latin American Popular Culture since Independence: An Introduction, 2nd Ed.
  • Paul Cimbala. "Federal Manpower Needs and the U.S. Army's Veteran Reserve Corps." In Scraping the Barrel: Army Use of Substandard Manpower through History.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski. "The Demography of Maritime Communities in Medieval England." In England In the Age of the Black Death: Essays in Honour of John Hatcher.
  • Silvana Patriarca. "A Patriotic Emotion: Shame and the Risorgimento."  In The Risorgimento Revisited. Nationalism and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Italy.
  • Silvana Patriarca and Lucy Riall. "Introduction: Revisiting the Risorgimento." In The Risorgimento Revisited. Nationalism and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Italy.
  • Carina Ray.  "Sex Trafficking, Prostitution, and the Law in Colonial British West Africa, 1911-1943." In Trafficking in Slavery's Wake: Law and the Experience of Women and Children in Africa.
  • Thierry Rigogne. "Entre histoire et mythes: le premier siècle des cafés à Paris, 1660-1789." In Les Histoires de Paris, XVI-XVIII siècle, Vol. 2.
  • Daniel Soyer. "Making Peace with Capitalism? Jewish Socialism Enters the Mainstream, 1933-1944." In Chosen Capital: The Jewish Encounter with American Capitalism.
  • Rosemany Wakeman. "Veblen Redivivus: Leisure and Excess in Europe." Oxford Handbook of Postwar European History.

External Awards, Fellowships & Prizes, 2012
  • Richard Gyug received the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant for the Monumenta liturgica beneventana project.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski was the President of the Medieval Academy of America.
  • Hector Lindo-Fuentes was honored by the XI Conference of Central American Historians as a founding member. His book, Modernizing Minds in El Salvador: Education Reform and the Cold War, 1960-1980 won the Alfred B. Thomas award of the Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS) "for the best book on a Latin American subject published by a SECOLAS member in the previous year."
  • Christopher Maginn received an Irish Government Grant towards Irish language promotion at Fordham.
  • Yuko Miki received a Washington University Faculty Research Grant and a Washington University Center for the Humanities Reading Group Grant (African Diaspora)
  • Durba Mitra received the Consortium For Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship from Bowdoin College, and a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Alex Novikoff: the National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Institute: Networks of Knowledge: Christians, Muslims and Jews in the Medieval Mediterranean.
  • Nicholas Paul received a Medieval Academy of America Book Subvention Award.
  • S. Elizabeth Penry worked on a Joint Research Project on the Impact of Spanish Resettlement Policy, funded by the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.
  • Thierry Rigogne was a Kluge Fellow, The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress.
  • Grace Shen received a Huntington Library Fellowship.
  • Daniel Soyer received the Littauer Foundation Research Grant, the Everett Family Foundation Award for Jewish Book of the Year, National Jewish Book Award, Jewish Book Council, for The Emerging Metropolis.
  • Rosemary Wakeman received "L'enjeu du paysage commun" Research Contract, Commissariat general du développment durable, France.  She also received a Fordham Faculty Fellowship and the EURIAS Senior Fellowship from the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Popular and Digital Media, 2012
Publications  |  Other Media

Publications:
  • Carina Ray.  "A Troubled Experiment's Forgotten Lesson in Racial Integration."  Point Reyes Light and Huffington Post, March 2012.
  • Carina Ray.  "Taylor War Crimes Verdict Incomplete Justice."  The Progressive, May 2012.
  • Carina Ray.  "What do People Think of Kony 2012 Now?"  Time, April 2012.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "People and Archives."  In Cold War Space Sleuths: The Untold Secrets of the Soviet Space Program.  Edited by Dominic Phelan.  Published by Springer.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "Remembering Neil Armstrong." The Daily Star, 23 September 2012.
  • Steven Stoll.  "The Mismeasure of All Things: How GDP Distorts Economic Reality."  Orion Magazine, September-October 2012.
Other Media:
  • Edward Bristow was a consultant for the documentary film Laid to Rest.
  • Silvana Patriarca was interviewed in the documentary film "From Garibaldi to Berlusconi. 150 years of Italian History" produced by the French national television channel ARTE and broadcast in France in November 2011.  It was screened at a festival in New York City in May 2012.
  • Asif Siddiqi contributed text for "ZATO: Soviet Secret Cities during the Cold War," an exhibit at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University, March 27 - May 22, 2012.
  • Daniel Soyer was co-curator for "New York Places, Jewish Spaces: Life in the City, 1700-2012," at the Center for Jewish History, New York, 2012.
  • Steven Stoll served as a consultant for and was interviewed in Land Rush, Normal Life Pictures, directed by Hugo Berkeley and Osvalde Lewat, part of the "Why Poverty?" series of the BBC.  Aired 4 December 2012.
  • Kirsten Swinth published opinion pieces and media appearances for CNN.com, the Huffington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, CNN International and "To the Point."







Faculty Publications, 2011

Books:
  • Elaine Forman CraneWitches, Wifebeaters and Whores: Common Law and Common Folk in Early America.  Published by Cornell University Press.
  • David W. MyersDeath and a Maiden: Infanticide and the Tragical History of Grethe Schmidt. Published by Northern Illinois University Press.
  • Silvana Patriarca. Costruire la nazione: la statistica e il Risorgimento. Published by the Instituto Nazionale di Statistica.
  • Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal, Birgit Menzel and Michael Hagemeister, eds. The New Age of Russia: Occult and Esoteric Dimensions. Published by Kuban and Sagner.
  • Asif Siddiqi and James T. Andrews, eds. Into the Cosmos: Space Exploration and Soviet Culture.  Published by the University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • Asif Siddiqi, series editor: Chertok, Boris.  Rockets and People, Vol. IV: The Moon Race.  Published by the NASA History Office.
Journal Articles:
  • Saul Cornell.  "The People's Constitution v. The Lawyer's Constitution: Popular Constitutionalism and the Original Debate Over Originalism."  Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities 23 (2011) 295-337.
  • Christopher Dietrich. "'A Climate of Collaboration': The Rhodesian Oil Embargo and Portuguese Diplomacy in Southern Africa, 1965-1967." Itinerario: The Journal of European Expansion an Integration 35, 1 (March 2011): 197-220.
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  • Maryanne Kowaleski. "The Medieval Cinque Port of Hythe."  Romney Marsh Irregular 38 (2011): 4-13.
  • Christopher Maginn.  "Note on an Elizabethan Coin Found at Terryland Castle, Galway." Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society 63 (2011): 70-72.
  • Christopher Maginn.  "The Gaelic Peers, the Tudor Sovereigns and English Multiple Monarchy."  Journal of British Studies 50, 3 (2011): 566-586.
  • Yuko Miki. "Diasporic Africans and Postcolonial Brazil: Notes on the Intersection of Diaspora, Transnationalism and Nation."  História Unisinos 15, 1 (2011): 126-130.
  • Alex Novikoff. "Anselm, Dialogue, and the Rise of Scholastic Disputation." Speculum 86, 2, (2011): 387-418.
Chapters:
  • Richard Gyug.  "Bibles, Biblical Books, and the Monastic Liturgy in the Early Middle Ages." In The Practice of the Bible in the Middle Ages: Production, Reception, and Performance in Western Christianity. Edited by Susan Boynton and Diane J. Reilly.  Published by Columbia University Press.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski.  "Sources for Medieval Maritime History."  In Reading Primary Sources: The Interpretation of Texts from the Middle Ages.  Edited by Joel Rosenthal.  Published by Routledge.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski.  "The Shipmaster as Entrepreneur in Medieval England." In Commercial Activity, Markets and Entrepreneurs in the Middle Ages. Edited by Ben Dodds and Christian Liddy.  Published by Boydell Press.
  • Hector Lindo-Fuentes.  "Tierra economía y sociedad en el siglo XIX." In El Salvador: Historia Minima. Edited by Sajid Alfredo Mena. Published by the San Salvador Secretaría de Cultura.
  • Yuko Miki.  "Brazillian Maroons."  In Encyclopedia of Free People in the Americas.  Edited by Stewart King.  Published by Facts on File.
  • Silvana Patriarca.  "Italiani/Italiane." In Atlante culturale del Risorgimento. Lessico del linguaggio politico dal Settecento all'Unità.  Edited by Alberto M. Banti, Antonio Chiavistelli, Marco Meriggi and Luca Mannori.  Published by Laterza.
  • Thierry Rigogne.  "Who Were the Booksellers and Printers of Eighteenth-Century France?" In Into Print: Limits and Legacices of the Enlightenment. Edited by Charles Walton.  Published by Penn State University Press.
  • Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal.  "Occultism as a Response to Spiritual Crisis."  In The New Age of Russia: Occult and Esoteric Dimensions." Edited by Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal, Birgit Menzel and Michael Hagemeister.  Published by Kuban and Sagner.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "Cosmic Contradictions: Popular Enthusiasm and Secrecy in the Soviet Space Program."  In Into the Cosmos: Space Exploration and Soviet Culture. Edited by James T. Andrews and Asif Siddiqi.  Published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Asif Siddiqi. "From Cosmic Enthusiasm to Nostalgia for the Future: A Tale of Soviet Space Culture."  In Soviet Space Culture: Cosmic Enthusiasm in Socialist Societies.  Edited by James T. Andrews and Asif Siddiqi.  Published by the University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • Daniel Soyer.  "Journalism, Yiddish (North America)," and "United States: Labor Movement." In The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture. Edited by Judith Baskin.  Published by Cambridge University Press.
  • Rosemary Wakeman.  "The Fourth Republic." In The French Republic. Edited by Edward Berenson, Vincent Duclert and Christophe Prochasson.  Published by Cornell University Press.
External Awards, Fellowships & Prizes, 2011
  • Christopher Dietrich received the Smith Richardson Pre-doctoral Fellowship from International Security Studies at Yale University.  He was also a Fellow at the National History Center and Mellon Foundation's International Summer Seminar on Decolonization.
  • Richard Gyug received the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant for the Monumenta liturgica beneventana project. 
  • Maryanne Kowaleski received a Huntington Library Andrew W. Mellon Short-Term Fellowship.  She was the First Vice-President of the Medieval Academy of America.  She was also the Henrietta Harvey Distinguished Lecturer at Memorial University, Newfoundland.
  • Christopher Maginn received an Irish Government Grant towards Irish language promotion at Fordham.
  • Yuko Miki received a Washington University Center for the Humanities Reading Group Grant.
  • Alex Novikoff received CAP-Mellon semester leave for pre-tenure faculty at Rhodes College.  He received a Faculty Development Endowment Grant at Rhodes College.  He also received an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant for Inter-Institutional Faculty Development: "Crusaders, Muslims, and Jews in the Holy Land."
  • Silvana Patriarca received the Fellowship of the Collegio Carlo Alberto at the Università di Torino.
  • S. Elizabeth Penry was part of the Joint Research Project on the Impact of Spanish Resettlement Policy, funded by the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.
  • Thierry Rigogne was a Kluge Fellow at the John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress.
  • Grace Shen received a Post-Doctoral Fellowship from the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.
  • Asif Siddiqi received a Science & Society Program Scholar Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).  H received the Eugene M. Emme Astronautical Literature Award for The Red Rockets' Glare: Spaceflight and the Soviet Imagination, 1857-1957 from the American Astronautical Society (AAS).
  • Daniel Soyer received an ILGWU 21st Century Heritage Fund grant.
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Popular and Digital Media, 2011
Publications:
  • Doron Ben-Atar.  "Time is on Whose Side," Jerusalem Post, 11 July 2011.
  • Christopher Dietrich.  "Historians to Occupy Wall Street: Search for Order," Not Even Past, October 2011.
  • Christopher Dietrich.  "The Business in Between: U.S. Foreign Relations and Domestic Politics," Perspectives on History, the Newsmagazine of the American Historical Association 29, 5 (May 2011).
  • Christopher Dietrich.  "'The Virtues and Vices of a Fundamentalist Prophet': Libyan Oil and Western Arms Sales in Gaddafi's First Decade," Not Even Past, September 2011.
  • Silvana Patriarca.  "Retorica dell'anti-retorica," Il Sole 24 Ore, 17 March 2011.
  • Carina Ray.  "Gaddafi and the Mercenary Myth." Huffington Post, September 2011.
  • Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal.  "Letter." Wall Street Journal, 24 February 2011.
  • Rosemary Wakeman.  "Toulouse: d'un modernization à l'autre." Revue Urbanisme, Numéro spécial sur Toulouse, no 40, September 2011.
  • Rosemary Wakeman.  "Le World Trade Center dix ans après." Ruvue Urbanisme, no. 380.  September-October 2011.
Other Media:
  • Silvana Patriarca: Speaker in “Salviamo l’Italia? An International Video Roundtable.” Available as a video on the online journal California Italian Studies, 2: 1, 2011; Appeared on “L’infedele,” weekly talk show program broadcast by the Italian TV network LA7, 8 March 2011; Video interviewed about book Italian Vices at Harvard University, 11 February 2011; Interviewed about issues of Italian history and national identity by the magazine Focus Extra no. 48, Winter 2011.
  • Asif Siddiqi: Featured in article, G. Vergel, “Professor Examines Human Cost of Soviet Prison System.” Inside Fordham. 28 February 2011.
  • Kirsten Swinth: Interviewed for Fordham’s The Ram, October and November 2011






Faculty Publications, 2010  |  Faculty Awards, Fellowships and Prizes, 2010  | Popular and Digital Media

Faculty Publications, 2010
 
Books:
  • Paul CimbalaSoldiers North and South: The Everyday Experiences of the Men who Fought America’s Civil War.  Published by Fordham University Press.
  • Hector Lindo-Fuentes, Erik Ching, and Rafael Lara-Martinez. Recordando 1932: La Matanza, Roque Dalton y la Política de la Memoria Histórica.  Published in San Salvador by FLACSO.
  • Wolfgang Mueller and Mary E. Sommar, eds.  Medieval Church Law and the Origins of the Western Legal Tradition. A Tribute to Kenneth Pennington. Published by Catholic University of America Press, 2006. 2nd paperback edition, 2010.
  • Alex Novikoff, translation of Jean-Claude Schmitt.  The Conversion of Herman the Jew: Autobiography, History, and Fiction in the Twelfth Century.  Published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Silvana PatriarcaItalian Vices. Nation and Character from the Risorgimento to the Republic. Published by Cambridge University Press, 2010.  Italian translation: Italianità. La costruzione del carattere nazionale.  Published by Laterza.
  • Carina Ray and Jeremy Rich, eds. Navigating African Maritime History.  Published by the University of Newfoundland's Research in Maritime History Series.
  • Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal, ed.  Nietzsche and Soviet Culture: Ally and Adversary.  Published by Cambridge University Press, 1994; paperback, 2010.
  • Asif SiddiqiThe Red Rockets’ Glare: Spaceflight and the Soviet Imagination, 1857-1957.  Published by Cambridge University Press.
Journal Articles:
  • David Hamlin.  “‘Wo sind wir?’ Orientalism, Gender and War in the German Encounter with Romania.” German History 28, 4 (2010): 424-452.
  • Christopher Maginn.  “Gaelic Ireland’s English Frontiers in the Late Middle Ages.” Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, section C, 110 (2010): 173-190.
  • Silvana Patriarca.  “Unmaking the Nation? On the Uses and Abuses of Garibaldi in Contemporary Italy.” Modern Italy 15, 4 (2010): 467-483.
  • Nicholas Paul.  “A Warlord’s Wisdom: Literacy and Propaganda at the Time of the First Crusade.” Speculum 85, 3 (2010): 534-566.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  “Competing Technologies, National(ist) Narratives, and Universal Claims: Towards a Global History of Space Exploration.” Technology and Culture 51 (April 2010): 425-443.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  “Asia in Orbit: Asian Cooperation in Space.” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs 11, 1(2010): 131-139.
Book Chapters:
  • Maryanne Kowaleski.  “The Hundred Years War: Costs.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology. Edited by Clifford Rogers.  Published by Oxford University Press.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski.  “The Seasonality of Fishing in Medieval Britain.” In Ecologies and Economies in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Studies in Environmental History for Richard C. Hoffmann. Edited by Scott G. Bruce.  Published by Brill.
  • Hector Lindo-Fuentes.  “La Guerra fría en las escuelas de El Salvador.” In Guatemala y la Guerra Fría en América Latina (1947-1977).  Published by the Universidad de San Carlos.
  • Wolfgang Mueller.  “Vergessene Sozialgeschichte des Spätmittelalters. Das kanonische Denuntiationsverfahren [Forgotten Social History of the Later Middle Ages. Canonical Denunciations].“ In Kirchlicher und religiöser Alltag im Spätmittelalter. Edited by A. Meyer. Published by Thorbecke.
  • Alex Novikoff.  “The Middle Ages.” In Antisemitism: A History. Edited by Richard Levy and Albert Lindemann. Published by Oxford University Press.
  • Carina Ray.  “The ‘White Wife Problem’: Sex, Race, and the Contested Politics of Repatriation to Inter-War British West Africa.” In Navigating African Maritime History. Edited by Carina Ray and Jeremy Rich. Published by the Memorial University of Newfoundland's Research in Maritime History Series, 2010; and Homes and Homecomings: Gendered Histories of Domesticity and Return. Edited by K.H. Adler and Carrie Hamilton.  Published by Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Carina Ray and Jeremy Rich. “Charted Routes and New Directions in the Study of Africa’s Maritime History.” In Navigating African Maritime History. Edited by Carina Ray and Jeremy Rich. Published by the Memorial University of Newfoundland's Research in Maritime History Series, 2010.
  • Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal. “Introduction.” In Nietzsche and Soviet Culture: Ally and Adversary. Edited by Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal. Published by Cambridge University Press, 1994; paperback, 2010.
  • Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal. “Religious Humanism in the Russian Silver Age.” In A History of Russian Philosophy, 1830-1930. Edited by Gary Hamburg and Randall Poole.  Published by Cambridge University Press.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  “An Asian Space Race: Hype or Reality?” In South Asia at a Crossroads: Conflict or Cooperation in the Age of Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense, and Space Rivalries. Edited by Subrata Ghoshroy and Goetz Neuneck.  Published by Nomos Publishers, 2010.
  • Ebru Turan.  "Ibrahim Pasa." In Dictionnaire de l'Empire ottoman. Edited by François Georgeon, Nicolas Vatin and Gilles Veinstein. Published by Fayard.
External Awards, Fellowships & Prizes, 2010
  • Sal Acosta received a University of Arizona Dissertation Fellowship. 
  • Christopher Dietrich received the Smith Richardson Pre-doctoral Fellowship from International Security Studies at Yale University.  He also received the Bruton Fellowship and the Churchill Fellowship as well as a Dissertation Fellowship from the University of Texas at Austin.
  • Richard Gyug received the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant for the Monumenta liturgica beneventana project.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski received the Huntington Library Andrew W. Mellon Short-Term Fellowship, the American-Scandinavian Foundation Grant for Medieval Studies, and was Second Vice-President of the Medieval Academy of America.
  • Christopher Maginn received an Irish Government Grant towards Irish language promotion at Fordham.
  • Yuko Miki received a Dean's Dissertation Fellowship from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University.
  • Durba Mitra was named the Fulbright-Nehru Scholar, in India as well as receiving a Research Fellowship from Emory University.
  • Alex Novikoff received the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant for Inter-Institutional Faculty Development: "Crusaders, Muslims, and Jews in the Holy Land."  He also received aSpence Wilson Grant for International Research from Rhodes College.
  • Nicholas Paul received an Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship for Assistant Professors, Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton.  He was a member of the School of Historical Studies, Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton.
  • S. Elizabeth Penry worked on the Joint Research Project on the Impact of Spanish Resettlement Policy, funded by the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.
  • Carina Ray was a Visiting Fellow at the Center for African American Studies, Princeton.  She declined a Schomburg Center Scholars-In-Residence Fellowship.
  • Thierry Rigogne received a Countway Fellowship in the History of Medicine from the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School.  He also received the William H. Helfand Fellowship in the History of the Book from the Grolier Club, as well as a Research Grant from the Friends of the Princeton University Library and a Franklin Research Grant from the American Philosophical Society.
  • Grace Shen received a Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Post-Doctoral Fellowship, LA&PS Funding for Research Events, as well the Weatherhead East Asian Institute Workshop Grant, a Situating Science Grant, a York Research and Innovation Project Grant and York Ad-Hoc Fund for International Conferences at York.
  • Asif Siddiqi received a Science & Society Program Scholar Award from the National Science Foundation.
  • Daniel Soyer received an ILGWU 21st Century Heritage Fund grant.
  • Steven Stoll was listed as among the "100 Top Young Historians" by the History News Network, George Mason University.

Popular and Digital Media, 2010
Publications  |  Other Media
Publications:
  • Doron Ben-Atar.  "The Limits of Virtual Citizenship," Yediot Aharonot, 22 February 2010.
  • Saul Cornell.  "Elena Kagan and the Case for an Elitist Supreme Court," Christian Science Monitor, 20 May 2010.
  • Saul Cornell.  "Getting History Right," National Law Journal, March 1, 2010.
  • Saul Cornell, Justin Florence and Matt Shors.  "Gun Points," Slate, 8 March, 2010.
  • Saul Cornell.  "What's Happening to Gun Control," To the Point, NPR, 11 March, 2010.
  • Christopher Dietrich.  "A Kissingerian Lesson on Leaks," Politico, November 2010.
  • Christopher Dietrich.  "Energy and the Future of U.S. Foreign Relations," Informed Comment, July 27, 2010.
  • Carina Ray.  "Lest We Forget."  Monthly column featured in New African.
  • Steven Stoll.  "Notebook: Agrarian Anxieties." Harper's Magazine, July 2010.
  • Steven Stoll.  "Notebook: Toward A Second Haitian Revolution," Harper's Magazine, April 2010

Other Media:
  • Christopher Maginn: Historical Consultant, BBC/RTÉ production of The Story of Ireland.
  • Silvana Patriarca: Interviewed about the Italian edition of Italian Vices in the following Italian national newspapers and magazines: La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno *8 March 2010), Il Secolo XIX (5 May 2010), L'espresso (19 October 2010), GR2 (news program of national public radio), 18 March 18 2010, 12:30pm edition.
  • Asif Siddiqi: Featured in articles, "Spotlight: Asif A. Siddiqi." Explorer: Newsletter of the AAS History Committee no. 11 (Sep 2010): 13-14; Janet Sassi, "History Professor Pens First Academic Study on Birth of Soviet Space Program." Inside Fordham, 6 April 2010.


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Faculty Publications, 2009

 
Books:
  • Saul Cornell, Jennifer Keene, and Ed O'Donnell.  Visions of America: A History of the United States 1st edition.  Published by Longman.
  • Elaine Forman Crane, ed.  The Diary of Elizabeth Drinker: The Life Cycle of an Eighteenth-Century Woman, 1 vol.  Published by Northeastern University Press, 1994; reprint with new preface, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.
  • Elaine Forman CraneKilled Strangely: The Death of Rebecca Cornell.  Published by Cornell University Press, 2002; paperback 2009.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski and P.J.P. Goldberg, eds.  Medieval Domesticity: Home, Housing and Household in Medieval England.  Published by Cambridge University Press.
  • Carina Ray and Salah Hassan.  Darfur and the Crisis of Governance in Sudan: A Critical Reader.  Published by Cornell University Press and Prince Claus Fund Library.
  • Asif Siddiqi; series editor: Boris Chertok.  Rockets and People, Vol. III: Hot Days of the Cold War.  Published by the NASA History Office.
  • Rosemary WakemanThe Heroic City: Paris 1945-1958.  Published by the University of Chicago Press.

Journal Articles:
  • Saul Cornell.  "Heller, New Originalism and Law Office History" 'Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss'" UCLA Law Journal 56 (Spring, 2009): 1095-1125.
  • Saul Cornell.  "St. George Tucker's Lecture Notes, The Second Amendment, and Originalist Methodology: A Critical Comment," Northwestern University Law Review 103 (Spring 2009), 406-416
  • David Hamlin.  "Dummes Geld.  Money and Grain and the Occupation of Romania in World War I." Central European History 42, 3 (2009): 451-471.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski.  "J.A. Raftis."  Speculum 84, 3 (2009): 836-7
  • Hector Lindo-Fuentes.  "Educational Television in El Salvador and Modernisation Theory."  Journal of Latin American Studies 41, 4 (November 2009): 757-792.
  • Christopher Maginn.  "Whose Island?  Sovereignty in Late Medieval and Early Modern Ireland."  Eire-Ireland: Journal of Irish Studies 44 (2009): 229-247.
  • Carina Ray.  "The 'White Wife Problem': Sex, Race, and the Contested Politics of Repatriation to Interwar British West Africa."  Gender and History 21, 3 (2009): 628-646.
  • Grace Shen.  "Taking to the Field: Geological Fieldwork and National Identity in Republican China."  Osiris: Science, Technology, and National Identity 24, 1 (2009): 231-252.
  • Ebru Turan.  "The Marriage of Ibrahim Pasha (ca. 1495-1536): The Rise of Sultan Süleyman's Favorite, Ibrahim Pasha, to the Grand Vizierate and the Politics of the Elites in the Early Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Empire." Turcica 41 (2009): 3-36.
Book Chapters:
  • Nancy Curtin.  "Preface." In Palgrave Advances in Irish History. Edited by Margaret McAuliffe, Katherine O'Donnell, and Leann Lane.  Published by Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Richard Gyug.  "Kotorska liturgija u xii. i xiii stoljeƒáu." In Zagovori svetom Tripunu: blago Kotorske biskupije: povodom 1200. obljetnice prijenosa moƒái svetoga Tripuna u Kotor.  Edited by Radoslav Tomiƒá. Published by Glaerija Klovicevi dvori.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski and P.J.P. Goldberg, "Introduction. Medieval Domesticity." In Medieval Domesticity: Home, Housing and Household. Edited by Maryanne Kowaleski and P.J.P. Goldberg.  Published by Cambridge University Press.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski.  "The French of England: A Maritime lingua franca?" In Language and Culture in Medieval Britain: The French of England, c. 1100-c. 1500. Edited by Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, co-edited by C. Collette, M. Kowaleski, L. Mooney, A. Putter, and D. Trotter.  Published by York Medieval Press.
  • Christopher Maginn.  "Elizabethan Cavan: The Institutions of Tudor Government in an Irish County." In Culture and Society in Early Modern Briefne/Cavan.  Edited by Brendan Scott.  Published by Four Courts Press.
  • Michael Marmé.  "Socio-Economic Indicators." In Encyclopedia of Modern China, Vol. 3. Edited by David Pong.  Published by Gale Cengage Learning.
  • Wolfgang Mueller.  "Toward the First Iconographical Treatise of the West.  Huguccio and Sicard of Cremona." In Mélanges en l'honneur d'Anne Lefebvre-Teillard.  Edited by B. d'Alteroche et al. Published by the Presses de l'Université Panthéon-Assas.
  • S. Elizabeth Penry.  "Colonial Peru" and "Charcas." In Handbook of Latin American Studies, vol. 64.  Published by the University of Texas Press.
  • Carina Ray.  "Darfur in the African Press."  In Darfur and the Crisis of Governance in Sudan. Edited by Carina Ray and Salah Hassan.  Published by Cornell University Press and the Prince Claus Fund Library.
  • Carina Ray and Salah Hassan.  "Critically Reading Darfur and the Crisis of Governance in Sudan."  In Darfur and the Crisis of Governance in Sudan.  Edited by Carina Ray and Salah Hassan.  Published by Cornell University Press and the Prince Claus Fund Library.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "Germans in Russia: Cold War, Technology Transfer, and National Identity." In Osiris, 2nd Series, Vol. 24 (Science and National Identity).  Edited by Carol E. Harrison and Ann Johnson.  Published by the University of Chicago Press.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "National Aspirations on a Global Stage: Fifty Years of Spaceflight."  In Remembering the Space Age.  Edited by Steven J. Dick. Published by NASA History Division.
  • Daniel Soyer.  "Transnationalism and Mutual Influence: American and East European Jewries in the 1920s and 1930s." in Rethinking European Jewry.  Edited by Jeremy Cohen and Moshe Rosman.  Published by Littman.
  • Ebru Turan.  "Sultan."  In The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World.  Edited by John Esposito.  Published by Oxford University Press.
  • Susan Wabuda.  "The Reformation of the English Church under Henry VIII."  In Vivat Rex!: An Exhibition Commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Accession of Henry VIII.  Edited by Arthur L. Schwarz. Published by the Grolier Club.

External Awards, Fellowships & Prizes, 2009
  • Paul Cimbala was the Scholar-in-Residence, Race and Ethnicity and the Civil War Symposium, the George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
  • Christopher Dietrich received the Lawrence Gelfand-Armin Rappaport Fellowship from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations.  He also received the W. Stull Holt Fellowship from the Society for Historians of American Relations, received the Churchill Fellowship for the British Studies Seminar at the University of Texas at Austin.  He received a Dissertation Fellowship from the Department of History of University of Texas at Austin, and a Research Fellowship from the Institute for Historical Studies, University of Texas at Austin.
  • Richard Gyug received a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant for the Monumenta liurgica beneventana project.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski was the Second Vice-President of the Medieval Academy of America.
  • Christopher Maginn received an Irish Government Grant towards Irish language promotion at Fordham.
  • Yuko Miki received a Dean's Dissertation Fellowship from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences from New York University.  She also received a Warren Dean Fellowship from the Department of History at New York University and a Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Student Travel Grant from New York University.
  • Durba Mitra was a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar in India.
  • Wolfgang Mueller, National Endowment of the Humanities Summer Seminar, "Disease in the Middle Ages," at the Wellcome Institute, London.
  • Alex Novikoff was a  Lindsay Young Visiting Scholar, MARCO Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
  • Silvana Patriarca was an Invited Visiting Professor at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris I (Sorbonne).
  • Nicholas Paul received an Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship for Assistant Professors from the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.  He was a member of the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
  • Carina Ray was a Visiting Fellow at the Center for African American Studies at Princeton, as well as the Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development, Netherlands.  She declined a Schomburg Center Scholars-in-Residence Fellowship.
  • Thierry Rigogne received a Franklin Research Grant from the American Philosophical Society.  He declined a Program in Early American Economy and Society (PEAES) Short-Term Resident Fellowship from the Library Company of Philadelphia.  He received a Robert R. Palmer Research Travel Fellowship from the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
  • Grace Shen received a Post-Doctoral Fellowship from the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.  She also received a York Minor Research Grant.
  • Asif Siddiqi received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Science & Society Program Scholar Award.
  • Daniel Soyer received an ILGWU 21st Century Heritage Fund grant.
  • Steven Stoll was elected to Membership in the American Antiquarian Society.
  • Ebru Turan was a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute for Historical Studies at the University of Texas-Austin.

Popular and Digital Media, 2009
Publications Other Media
Publications:
  • Carina Ray.  "Lest We Forget." Monthly column featured in New African.
  • Carina Ray.  "Mau Mau: The Empire's Ghost Return." New African, August/September 2009, cover story.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "The first woman in Earth orbit: Transcripts give new perspective on Vostok-6 mission."  Spaceflight 51 (January 2009): 18-27 and 51 (February 2009): 64-71
  • Steven Stoll.  "Notebook: The Cold We Caused." Harper's Magazine, November 2009.
  • Rosemary Wakeman.  "Le grand New York: une mega-région?" Revue Urbanisme 368, September-October 2009.
  • Rosemary Wakeman.  "Presse américaine: place à la critique." Revue Urbanisme 367, July-August 2009.

Other Media:

  • Christopher Maginn: Historical Consultant, BBC/RTÉ production of The Story of Ireland.
  • Asif Siddiqi appeared on "Worldfocus," WNET Public Television, July 20, 2009.
  • Susan Wabuda was quoted concerning Henry VIII's economic policy in Susan Adams, "Oh, Henry." Forbes, 16 February 2009.  She also received mention in Barrymore Laurence Scherer, "The Real Henry VIII," Wall Street Journal, 1 April 2009.


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Faculty Publications, 2008

 
Books:
  • Paul CimbalaAmerican Soldiers' Lives: The Civil War. Published by Greenwood Press.
  • Saul Cornell"A Well Regulated Militia": The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control.  Published by Oxford University Press in 2006, paperback edition 2008.
  • Wolfgang Mueller.  L. Schmugge and A. Mosciatti eds.  Repertorium Poenitentiariae Germanicum VII.1: Innozenz VIII (1484-1492).  Published by Niemeyer.
  • Thierry RigogneBetween State and Market: Printing and Bookselling in Eighteenth-Century France.  Published by the Voltaire Foundation in 2007, reprinted in 2008.
  • Daniel Soyer and Jocelyn Cohen, eds. My Future Is In America: Autobiographies of East European Jewish Immigrants.  Published by New York University Press in 2006, paperback edition 2008.
  • Steven StollThe Great Delusion: A Mad Inventor, Death in the Tropics, and the Utopian Origins of Economic Growth. Published by Hill and Wang, 2008, paperback edition 2009.
  • Susan WabudaPreaching during the English Reformation.  Published by Cambridge University Press, 2002, paperback edition 2008.
Journal Articles:
  • Saul Cornell.  "Originalism on Trial: The Use and Abuse of History in District of Columbia v. Heller."  Ohio-State Law Journal 69 (2008): 625-640.
  • Saul Cornell.  "The Ironic Second Amendment."  Albany Government Law Review 2 (Spring 2008): 292-311.
  • Saul Cornell.  "The Original Meaning of Original Understanding: A Neo-Blackstonian Critique."  Maryland Law Review (2008): 101-115.
  • Michael Marmé.  "Locating Linkages or Painting Bulls' Eyes Around Bullet Holes: An East Asian Perspective on the Seventeenth Century Crisis." American Historical Review 113, 4 (2008): 1080-1089.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "Sputnik 50 years Later: New Evidence on its origins."  Acta Astronautica 63 (2008): 529-539.
  • Kirsten Swinth.  "The Square Deal: Theodore Roosevelt and the Themes of Progressive Reform."  History Now 17 (September 2008).
Book Chapters:
  • Doron Ben-Atar and Roma Nutkiewicz Ben-Atar.  "Whose Memory and Whose Voice: Intergenerational Narration of the Holocaust."  In Beyond Camps and Forced Labor: Current International Research on Survivors of Nazi Persecution.  Edited by Johannes-Dieter Steinert and Inge WEber-Newtz.  Published by the Imperial War Museum.
  • Saul Cornell and Gerry Lenoard.  "Consolidation of the Early Federal System."  In Cambridge History of American Law.  Edited by Michael Grossberg and Christopher Tomlins.  Published by Cambridge University Press.
  • Richard Gyug.  "From Beneventan to Gothic: Continuity and Change in southern Italian Liturgical Ceremonies."  In Classica et Beneventana: Essays presented to Virginia Brown on the occasion of her 65th Birthday.  Edited by F. T. Coulson and A. A. Grotans.  Published by Brepols.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski.  "Polish Ships in English Waters in the Late Middle Ages.  In Britain and Poland-Lithuania Contact and Comparison from the Middle Ages to 1795.  Edited by Richard Unger.  Published by Brill.
  • Maryanne Kowaleski.  "Shipping and the Carrying Trade in Medieval Dartmouth."  In Von Nowgorod bis London: Studien zu Handel, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft im mittelarterlichen Europa.  Festschrift für Stuart Jenks zum 60.  Geburtstag.  Edited by Marie-Luise Heckmann and Jens Röhrkasten.  Published by V&R Unipress.
  • Hector Lindo-Fuentes.  "Schooling in El Salvador."  In Going to School in Latin America.  Edited by Jason Beech and Silvina Gvirtz.  Published by Greenwood Press.
  • Durba Mitra.  "Epidemics."  In Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World.  Edited by Peter N. Stearns.  Published by Oxford University Press.
  • Wolfgang Mueller.  "The Summa decretorum of Huguccio."  In The History of Canon Law in the Classical Period, 1140-1234: From Gratian to the Decretals of Pope Gregory IX.  Edited by W. Hartmann and K. Pennington.  Published by Catholic University of America Press.
  • Alex Novikoff.  "Licit and Illicit in the Rhetoric of the Investiture Conflict."  In Law and the Illicit in Medieval Europe. Edited by Ruth Mazo Karras, E. Ann Matter and Joel Kaye.  Published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Nicholas Paul.  "Arsūf, Battle of."  In Encyclopedia of Islam: third edition.  Edited by Gudrun Krämer, Denis Matringe, John Nawas and Everett Rowson.  Published by Brill.
  • Carina Ray.  "Social History and the Engendering of African History."  In Power and Nationalism in Modern Africa: Essays in Honor of Don Ohadike.  Edited by Toyin Falola and Salah Hassan.  Published by Carolina Academic Press.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "Imagining the Cosmos: Utopians, Mystics, and the Popular Culture of Spaceflight in Revolutionary Russia."  In Osiris, 2nd Series, Vol. 23 (Intelligentsia Science: The Russian Century, 1860-1960).  Edited by Michael D. Gordin, Karl Hall, and Alexi B. Kojevnikov.  Published by University of Chicago Press.
  • Daniel Soyer.  "Yiddish Scholars Meet the Yiddish-Speaking Masses: Language, the Americanization of Yivo, and the Autobiography Contest of 1942."  In Secular Yiddishism in America.  Edited by Edward Shapiro.  Published by the University of Scranton Press.
  • Kirsten Swinth.  "Anna Richards Brewster Among Her Peers."  In Anna Richards Brewster: American Impressionist.  Edited by Judith Kafka Maxwell.  Published by the University of California Press.
  • Susan Wabuda.  "From Manuscript to Codex to E-Book: the Interactive Foxe."  In New Ways of Looking at Old Texts, IV: Papers of the Renaissance English Text Society 2002-2006.  Edited by Michael Denbo.  Published by the Arizona State University Press.
  • Susan Wabuda.  "Marian martyrs (act. 1555-1558)."  In the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.  Published by Oxford University Press.
  • Rosemary Wakeman.  "La Spécificité de l'urbanisme parisien des annés 1950."  In Paris, alchimies d'une métropole.  Edited by Theirry Baudouin, François Laisney, and Annie Térade.  Published by Editions Recherches.

External Awards, Fellowships & Prizes, 2008
  • Saul Cornell received a Joyce Foundation Second Amendment Center Grant.
  • Christopher Dietrich received a Liberal Arts Graduate Fellowship from the School of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas, Austin.
  • Richard Gyug received a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant for the Monumenta liurgica beneventana project.
  • Christopher Maginn was a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
  • Yuko Miki received a Warren Dean Fellowship from the Department of History, New York University.  She also received a Henry M. MacCracken Fellowship from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, New York University and a Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Student Travel Grant, New York University.
  • Durba Mitra received a Research Fellowship from Emory University, was a Graduate Fellow at the Institute of Comparative and International Studies at Emory, and was a Top Graduate Student, Graduate Seminars, Emory University.
  • Wolfgang Mueller received a Research Contract from the DHI, Rome.
  • Carina Ray received funding from the Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development, Netherlands.
  • Grace Shen received a York Ad-Hoc Travel Grant.
  • Asif Siddiqi received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Science & Society Program Scholar Award.
  • Daniel Soyer received an ILGYU 21st Century Heritage Fund Grant.  He also received a Littauer Foundation Research Grant.
  • Steven Stoll was a Senior Fellow at the Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis at Rutgers University.
  • Kirsten Swinth received a Travel Grant from the Sophia Smith Collection and a Research Support Grant from the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library.
  • Ebru Turan was a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute for Historical Studies at the University of Texas, Austin.
  • Rosemary Wakeman received a Futhermore Foundation Grant and a Florence Gould Foundation Grant.

Popular and Digital Media, 2008
Publications  |  Other Media
Publications:
  • David W. Myers.  "Rendering to Caesar: Separation of Church and State in European History and Life," Catholics for Choice, Religion and Politics in the World, A Catholics for Choice Forum conducted at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, November 2007.  Washington DC, 2008.
  • Carina Ray.  "Lest We Forget." Monthly column featured in New African.
  • Carina Ray.  "On Genocide." New York Times, 29 June 2008.
  • Carina Ray.  "Who Really Killed Thomas Sankara?" Pambazuka News, January 2008.
  • Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal.  "Letter."  New York Times 10 August 2008.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  "Soviet rocket man was known in West."  Spaceflight 50 (September 2008): 342-349.
  • Steven Stoll.  "Fear of Fallowing: The Specter of a No-Growth World."  Harper's Magazine, March 2008.
  • Steven Stoll.  "Fictitious Commodities: The Delusion of Growth on Wall Street."  The Chronicle Review of the Chronicle of Higher Education.  3 October 2008.
  • Steven Stoll.  "Pattern Recognition."  Lapham's Quarterly 1, Summer 2008.
  • Steven Stoll.  "The Best Hated Man: A Life With Karl Marx," The New Haven Review 1, May 2008.
Other Media:
  • Saul Cornell.  "History and the Second Amendment," On Point with Tom Ashbrook, WBUR (NPR) 17 March 2008.
  • Saul Cornell. "The Court and the Second Amendment," On Point with Tom Ashbrook, WBUR (NPR) 17 March 2008.
  • Christopher Maginn.  Historical Consultant, BBC/RTÉ production of The Story of Ireland.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  Appeared on "NOVA: Astrospies," WGBH Public Television, February 2008 and "Worldfocus," WNET Public Television, October 22 2008.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  Featured in article "Asif Siddiqi: Historien de la course à l'espace." Espace magazine no. 37 (2008): 60-61.
  • Asif Siddiqi.  Appeared on WFUV Public Radio, interview on "Fordham Conversations," July 26 2008.
  • Daniel Soyer.  Historical consultant, HIAS, "Let My People Go" web documentary project.

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