In The Spotlight
Congratulations to Professor Lori Flores who has been named a Distinguished Lecturer for the Organization of American Historians (OAH) for 2023-26.
Since 1981, OAH presidents have appointed eminent U.S. historaisn to the Distinguished Leadership Program. It promotes excellence in the scholarship, teaching, and presentation of American history to wider and diverse audiences. Speakers can be booked for virtual and in-person lectures at colleges and universities, historical commemorations, K-12 school events, community centers, and more.
Professor Chris Sellers has published his new book, Race and the Greening of Atlanta: Inequality, Democracy and Environmental Politics in and Ascedant Metropolis.(University of Georgia Press)
Please join us in congratulating History's Advanced Doctoral Students, Karl Nycklemoe and Donal Thomas who have been selected as IDEA Grads for the Fall 2023 semester. Working for Dean Celia Marshik and her team, Karl and Donal will receive experiential learning and professional development by assisting programming and initiatives at the Graduate School to further their goals of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access for the school’s constituents.
News and Announcements
SBS N310 TODAY
Everyone's favorite TV game show comes to Stony Brook History Club.
Come along to this exciting collaboration at 7pm in Harriman 201.
In The Media
Prof. Chris Sellers recently published a piece in Salon, "Atlanta, Crucible of Democracy: How the City's Tortured History Got Us Here," that draws upon his recent monograph, Race and the Greening of Atlanta: Inequality, Democracy, and Environmental Politics in an Ascendant Metropolis (University of Georgia Press)
Matthew Ford (PhD, '23) has recently written an article for Jacobin on the mounting tensions between faculty and administration in the California State system, "Management at California State University is Living Large While Faculty Struggle.