Jeremy Vetter (along with Deborah K. Fitzgerald, Lisa Onaga, Emily Pawley, and Denise Phillips)recently published a new article! “Roundtable: Agricultural History and the History of Science” came out in Agricultural History 92.4 (2018): 569-604. This is the product of a multi-author roundtable discussion. Here is a link to the item, that we may read it ourselves.
Beth Plummer gave a talk on “The Many Prisons of Stephen Castenbauer: Reformation History, Memory, and Historical Method” to the UA German Studies Colloquium on November 30.
Fabio Lanzapresented a paper on November 29, titled, “Collective Life, Socialized Labor: Capital, Welfare, and the Everyday in the Urban Commune Movement”as part of the conference, "How Maoism was Made: Analysing Chinese Communism Beyond the Totalitarian Lens, 1949-1965,” at the British Academy in London
David Gibbs presented his work in the History Brownbag series, with a talk on “The Rise of Conservative Thought, the Nixon Presidency, and the Origins of Financial Deregulation” on December 3.
Bill Beezleyhas accepted an invitation to join the editorial board of Transatlantic Cultures, a project to develop a multilingual permanent digital academic resource that will shed new and innovative light on the Atlantic region’s dynamic role in the long-running processes of globalization. This project brings together research teams from France, Brazil, the United States, and Senegal.
Oxford University Presshas released the three-volume Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Mexican History and Culture, edited by Bill Beezley. Gaze upon it here.