Congratulations to HWP’s Managing Director Dr. Audra A. Diptee as she has been awarded a Rockefellar Foundation Bellagio Centre Residency Fellowship for 2018. Dr. Diptee is currently on a one-month writing residency at the […]
The History Watch Project would like to congratulate its affiliate, Dr. Dawn Harris, on the publication of her book Punishing the Black Body: Marking Social and Racial Structures in Barbados and Jamaica (University of Georgia Press, […]
Congratulations to HWP affiliate Dr. Chinnaiah Jangam who has recently published his study on caste and nationalism in India with Oxford University Press. His book Dalits and the Making of Modern India challenges traditional ideas […]
Dr. Audra A. Diptee will be co-editing with Dr. Myriam Cottias (Directrice de recherches, CIRESC) a special issue of the journal Histoire Sociale / Social History.
History Watch affiliate Dr. Chinnaiah Jangam, recently co-organized and presented at an event that commemorated the influence of the Dalit scholar Dr. B.R. Ambedkar (1891-1956) on the making of modern India. The event was held to […]
Bonnie Bates has just published a post on our blog Politics of Memory. In this piece she explores the role of contemporary Taureg music in shaping historical memory and national consciousness …. Tuareg oral […]
The special issue ” Atlantic Childhoods: Global Contexts” has been published with the journal Atlantic Studies, Global Currents (Vol. 11, No. 4). The issue was edited by Audra A. Diptee and David V. Trotman. […]
Catherine Koonar has now published two articles that were based on her Masters research. Both articles explore conceptions of childhood and the use of child labour in the Ghanian colonial context. Her work has been […]