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Graduate Students Jake Watson and Sarah Hosman Receive Funding from the Initiative on Cities

Graduate Student Jake Watson and Sarah Hosman have each received funding from BU’s Initiative on Cities for their sociological research. Under the guidance of Professor Julian Go, Watson will examine refugee resettlement and urban development. Under the guidance of Professor Japonica Brown-Saracino, Hosman will examine the Allston neighborhood and urban change.  

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Professor Stone and Graduate Alumni Polly Rizova and Xiaoshuo Hou Publish Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism

The Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism is a five volume, 1.5 million word reference work to be published in December 2015 by Wiley-Blackwell. Consisting of hundreds of entries written by leading experts on the topics from all over the world, it also has many contributions from scholars drawn from both the faculty and advanced […]

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Professor Julian Go Promoted to Full Professor

Professor Julian Go is one of thirteen faculty members on the Charles River Campus promoted to full professor this year. One of this year’s recipients of the Templeton Award for excellence in advising, Professor Go was recently profiled in BU’s Bostonia about his promotion and his research on empires. Of the thirteen promoted, BU Provost and […]

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Patterns of Empire named to Choice’s 2012 “Outstanding Academic Titles” list

The American Library Association’s publication Choice publishes hundreds of reviews of academic publications, but only a few make their annual list of “outstanding” titles.  Professor Julian Go’s latest book, Patterns of Empire, has been included in this year’s list, recognizing its overall excellence and originality. The New Left Project recently interviewed Professor Go about his book. […]

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We are more then pleased to announce  that Professor Go’s book, “Patterns of Empire: The British and American Empires: 1688 to the Present” has just been awarded the American Political Science Associations’ J. David Greenstone Book Award for the best book in Politics and History published in 2010 and 2011. The book had also just been […]

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