Cassanello and Daniel Murphree, editors of H-Florida, have
received an NEH Extending the Reach grant for the purpose of creating
a history major at Miles College, Birmingham, AL, where they both
teach. You can find a brief summary of their work at
W. Cherny, editor of H-California and H-SHGAPE (US
history, 1865-1920), is author of "Constructing a Radical Identity:
History, Memory, and the Seafaring Stories of Harry Bridges,"
Pacific Historical Review (2001):.
Jacobs, editor of H-Genocide, gave the keynote address, "Why
Explanation," for the first International History and Prevention
of Genocide Symposium, Nov. 2001, Vienna, Austria, and also presented
a paper, "Holocaust Studies and Comparative Genocide Studies:
Paradigms in Conflict." He also has a chapter entitled "Psychodrama"
in the forthcoming International Handbook of Psychotherapy )Joseph
Wiley and Sons, 2002).
Krase, editor of H-ItAm (Italian American Studies), has recently
completed a photo essay on "Park Slope, Brooklyn, in the Aftermath
of the Destruction of the World Trade Center," available on
the website of the Community and Urban Sociology Section of the
American Sociological Association: http://www.commurb.org/features/index.html.
Lockenour, editor of H-German, is author of Soldiers as Citizens:
Former Wehrmacht Officers in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1945-1955,
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2001.
Moser, book review editor for H-Diplo, is the author of "Gigantic
Engines of Propaganda: The 1941 Senate Investigation of Hollywood,"
Historian 63 (2001): 731-751 and of Presidents from Hoover through
Truman, 1929-1953: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents
(Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2001)
Randolph, K-12 Editor for H-AfrTeach, won the first Francois
Manchuelle Award for innovative work promoting the cause of African
Studies in the K-12 community. You can find some of her award-winning
work at http://www.africaaccessreview.org.
D. Reagan, webmaster for H-SHGAPE (US history, 1865-1920),
has just published History and the Internet: A Guide (New York:
Remy, editor of H-German, has accepted an appointment in
the History Department faculty at Brooklyn College. His first book,
The Heidelberg Myth: The Nazification and Denazification of a German
University, will be published by Harvard University Press in the
D. Sassi, book review editor for H-SHEAR (history of the
early American republic), is author of A Republic of Righteousness:
The Public Christianity of the Post-Revolutionary New England Clergy
(New York: Oxford University Press, 2001).
Sneeringer, editor of H-German, is author of Winning Women's
Votes: Propaganda and Politics in Weimar Germany (Chapel Hill: University
of North Carolina Press, 2002).
A. Stuntz, editor of H-SAWH (southern American women's history),
recently received the H. Bailey Carroll Award of the Texas State
Historical Association for the best article published in 2001 in
the Southwestern Historical Quarterly. The article was "Spanish
Laws for Texas Women: The Development of Marital Property Law to
1850," in the April 2001 issue (vol. 104).
W. Tucker, editor of H-Teach and HNET-Staff, received the
2001 Washburn University Ned N. Fleming Excellence in Teaching award.
The History Computer Review will be publishing (fall 2002) her essay
entitled "Teaching World History with Computers: Why I Do It
and What's Involved," originally a paper presented at an H-Net
session during the 2001 AHA meeting.