Steeve Buckridge: Keynote address, “The Wonders of
Jamaican Lace-bark: Materiality, Performativity and the Construction
of the Feminine,” The North America Hand Papermaking Annual
Conference, online, October 17, 2020.
---, Guest speaker by invitation, “History of Jamaican Dress”
Montgomery Photography Collection, Study Days Webinar, Art Gallery of
Ontario, July 9-10, 2020.
---, Member of “Conceptual Framework: Modern Britain: Working Group
on Curriculum for the British Government Commission on Race and Ethnic
Disparities” (by invitation), 2020.
---, Commentary on Dress in painting for the museum, Latin American
Art (by invitation), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, August
---, Commentary on Dress in painting for the museum, Portrait from
1770s, European Art, by invitation, National Art Gallery of Ontario,
Toronto, Canada, July 6, 2020.
Alice Chapman: “Christ the Physician: The Medieval
Roots of Christus Medicus in Luther.” In Beyond Oberman:
The Medieval Luther (Chapter 7). Edited by Christine Helmer.
Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck (2020), 105-126.
---, “Introduction to the Various Sermons of Saint Bernard
of Clairvaux.” In Bernard of Clairvaux, the Various
Sermons. Translated by Grace Remington, OCSO.
Cistercian Fathers Series 84. Collegeville, MN: Cistercian
Publications, Liturgical Press (2020), 1-53.
---, Review of The Two Powers the Papacy, the Empire, and the
Struggle for Sovereignty in the Thirteenth Century, by Brett
Edward Whalen, The Medieval Review (November, 2020).
Jason Crouthamel: “Contested Memories of Traumatic
Neurosis in Weimar and Nazi Germany,” in Nerven und Krieg: P
sychische Mobilisierungs- und Leidenserfahrungen in Deutschland,
1900–1939, edited by Gundula Gahlen, Ralf Gnosa and Oliver Janz
(eds), Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag, 2020, 253-273.
Peter Dobek: “Diplomacy and
the Karczma/Taberna: The Role of Cracowian Public Houses in
the Diplomatic Practice of the Jagiellonians (1430-1540).” Zeszyty
Naukowe Uniwersytetu JagielloDskiego, Prace
Historyczne [The Academic Journals of the Jagiellonian
University, History Notebooks] 147, no. 1 (2020): 1-11.
---, will present a paper for the Department's Speaker Series titled
“Visiting Taverns in Excess”: The University of Cracow and the Public
Houses During the Jagiellonian Dynasty (1385-1572).
---, will present a paper at the 56th International Congress on
Medieval Studies, titled “The University and the Public House: The
Relationship between the University of Cracow and the Public Houses of
Nathan Kapoor: and Piers J. Hale, Elizabeth Neswald
(eds). The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 8,
(Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2020).
---, Talks Delivered: Clarkson
University, David A. Walsh Seminar Series, “We Have
No Niagara: Electrifying the Britain of the South, 1880-1914.”
(February 26th, 2021).
Chad Lingwood: “A Parvnch+ Turned Poet
Dilettante: History and the Persian Ghazals of q Qoyknlk
Statesman Najm al-D+n Mas‘kd Svaj+ (d. ca. 898/1493),”
International Journal of Persian Literature 5, (2020): 63-84.
Paul Murphy: Edited Volume with
Joseph Hogan, Jon K. Lauck, Andrew Seal, and Gleaves Whitney,
eds., The Sower and the Seer: Perspectiveson the Intellectual
History of the American Midwest. Madison: University of
Wisconsin Press, 2021.
---, “Ecocentrism, Humanism, and the Wilderness:
Roundtable on Keith Makoto Woodhouse’s The Ecocentrists,”
Part 3. S-USIH Blog, Aug. 13, 2020.
---, Review of Moving Up without Losing Your
Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility, by Jennifer M.
Morton, in Soundings. 103:4, 2020, 503-507.
---, Review of Iconoclast in Ink: The Political Cartoons of Jay
N. “Ding” Darling, by Richard Samuel West, in Middle West
Review. 6:1-2 (Fall/Spring 2019-2020), 179-82.
---, (Conference Papers): “Humanism,
Religion, and the Conservative Battle for the American Mind,” #USIH2020 Conference: Revolution
& Reform, Webinar, Nov. 30, 2020 (proposed and chaired this
session as well).
Patrick Allan Pospisek: was re-elected treasurer of
the Midwestern History Association.
Nora Salas: Professor Salas was appointed Director of
the Kutsche Office of Local History in the Brooks College of
Interdisciplinary Studies, beginning August 6, 2021.
Patrick Fuliang Shan: “Assessing Li Dazhao’s Role in
the New Cultural Movement,” in A Century of Student Movements in
China: The Mountain Movers, 1919-2019. Rowman Littlefield and
Lexington Books, 2020, 3-22.
Tamara Shreiner, and B. M. Dykes. Visualizing the
teaching of data visualizations in social studies: A study of
teachers’ data literacy practices, beliefs, and knowledge, Theory
& Research in Social Education (2020). DOI: 10.1080/00933104.2020.1850382.
---, & Zwart, D. It’s just different: Identifying features of
disciplinary literacy unique to world history. The History
Teacher. 53:3, (2020).
Tamara Shreiner: Building a data-literate citizenry:
How U.S. state standards address data and data visualizations in
social studies. Information and Learning Sciences, 121:11/12,
--- Turning on the Historian’s Macroscope: A Call to Foreground the
Teaching and Learning of Data Visualizations in World History
Education. World History Connected. 17:1, 2020. https://worldhistoryconnected.press.uillinois.edu/17.1/shreiner.html.
In addition, Professor Shreiner was awarded an NSF Computer Science
for All grant for a project she is collaborating on with University of
Michigan computer science professor, Dr. Mark Guzdial. The project is
titled Creating Adoptable Computing Education Integrated into
Social Studies Classes.
Scott Stabler: “The Odd Couple: William T. Sherman,
O.O. Howard, Loyalty, Soldiery, and the Freedpeople” with Eleanor
Gleason cover article in The Journal of America’s Military
Past, 46: 1 (Winter 2021), 5-24.
--- “Slave to Soldier: United States Colored Troops in the West
During the Civil War,” with Martin J. Hershock, in Critical Race
Studies Across Disciplines: Resisting Racism through
Scholactivism, Jonathan Langston Chism, Stacie Craft DeFreitas,
Vida Robertson, and David Ryden, editors (New York: Lexington Books,
David Stark: “Crossing the Threshold from Adolescence
to Adulthood in Eighteenth-Century Puerto Rico: The Baptismal
Sponsorship of Enslaved Infants in Arecibo, 1735-1772.” Hispanic
American Historical Review. 100:4, 2020, 623-654.
David, Zwart: “Teaching the Past:
History Education among Dutch Americans” in Dutch Reformed
Education: Immigrant Legacies in North America. Donald Luidens,
Donald J. Bruggink, and Herman J. DeVries, Jr., eds. Holland, Mich.:
Van Raalte Press, 2020.
--- and Tamara Shreiner, “It’s Just Different: Identifying Features
of Disciplinary Literacy Unique to World History.” The History
Teacher, 53, no. 3 (May 2020).