PhD Candidate Miriam Lipton Wins Fellowship

Miriam Lipton, a PhD candidate at Oregon State University in the History and Philosophy of Science program was recently awarded the prestigious W. Stull Holt Dissertation Fellowship. The fellowship is given by the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR). The fellowship is intended to help defray travel costs for dissertation research. Lipton’s dissertation […]

Ph.D. Candidate Has New Book Review

Ph.D. candidate, Marcelo Carocci-Ormsbee’s book review is now in print. The review, which can be found in the Journal of Military History’s April 2021 edition covers Rebecca Ayako-Bennette’s book “Diagnosing Dissent: Hysterics, Deserters, and Conscientious Objectors in Germany during World War One.” This is Carocci’s first book review.  Carocci initially approached the editor of the journal […]

MA Student Kathleen McHugh Presents at Phi Alpha Theta Conference

On 24 April, MA student Kathleen McHugh presented her research at the 2021 Phi Alpha Theta Western/Central New York Annual Regional Conference. Mc Hugh’s presentation examined university-level household physics textbooks in home economics curricula. McHugh argued that “University-level household physics textbooks were positively received by both the physics and home economics communities because they created […]