Ho’s article, “Comedic Relief in a Culture of Uncertainty: The Contribution of Life Magazine to 1920s America,” has just been published in the fall issue of New Errands: the Undergraduate Journal of American Studies.
Kathleen L. Daly successfully defended her dissertation entitled “Fit to Mother: Women, Architecture, and the Performance of Health, 1865-1930.” Congrats Dr. Daly!
Bell, a scholar of American literature who wrote on Hawthorne, James, Wharton, Melville, Marchand, and others, was also a noted humanitarian and philanthropist. Her many students will miss her curiosity and insight.
Molly Geidel (AMNESP PhD, 2011) was recently offered the equivalent of a tenure-track appointment at the University of Manchester in England. Her official title is Lecturer in Twentieth Century American Cultural History in the Division of English, American Studies and Creative Writing.
Read more about Professor Daniel Bluestone, the new director of our Preservation Studies program, and the work he has planned for Boston University: http://www.bu.edu/today/2015/the-preservationist/
Kerry Carso’s American Gothic Art and Architecture in the Age of Romantic Literature, was published by the University of Wales Press, and has been awarded the Henry-Russell Hitchcock Prize of the Victorian Society in America.
Elizabeth Hope Cushing has a forthcoming biography, Arthur A. Shurcliff: Design, Preservation, and the Creation of the Colonial Williamsburg Landscape and also recently co-authored Community By Design with Keith Morgan and Roger Reed.
Congratulations Kerry and Hope!
Sam has been awarded this prestigious fellowship from the Society of Architectural Historians and the Historic American Buildings Survey. This is a prestigious award that will allow Sam to work on a research project of his own choosing this summer. Congratulations Sam!