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University of Notre Dame, College of Arts and Letters
Fall 2013
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History Faculty Awarded Numerous Honors

Recent faculty honors in the Department of History include a Guggenheim fellowship, two invitations to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J., several fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Haskins Medal—the highest award granted by the Medieval Academy of America. Read More

Semion Lyandres
Russian History Professor’s Book Casts New Light on February Revolution

History is written by the winners, but sometimes the story gets revised. In the case of Russia’s February Revolution of 1917, Notre Dame’s Semion Lyandres has done just that in his latest book, The Fall of Tsarism (Oxford University Press). Read More

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Global Dome Exchange Program Benefits Grad Students, Faculty

Eight Notre Dame graduate students from the history and English departments joined eight peers from U.K. partner universities this summer for an intensive workshop designed to foster cross-disciplinary training, accelerate dissertation progress, and build international networks of young scholars. Read More

Colin Rich
History 20/20: Alumni and Student Career Connections

Exposing Notre Dame history students to a diverse array of career options and connecting students to successful alumni are the goals of the Department of History’s successful “History 20/20” speaker series. Read More

Camille Suarez
Video: Meet History Major Camille Suarez

“When I watch the news I’m really concerned about social problems. And I’ve found that whatever the social ill may be, the answers are in history,” says Camille Suarez ’13, who began graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania this fall. Read More

Also in This Issue

Alumnus Builds Career Combining Storytelling, Sports

Brad Gregory Appointed Director of Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study

New Hire Studies Mexican Immigrants in Chicago

Video: Daniel Hobbins on the Great Age of Books

‘Life of Kings’ for Pulitzer Winner Began at Notre Dame

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