Postal culture in Europe, 1500-1800, by French professor Jay Caplan, provides the first historical and cultural analysis of the practical conditions of letter-exchange in Europe at the dawn of the modern age.
Political science and sexuality, women’s and gender studies professor Amrita Basu’sViolent Conjunctures in Democratic India examines when and why Hindu Nationalists have engaged in discrimination and violence against minorities in contemporary India.
Professors Honored Among Country's Most Creative Thinkers
The Carnegie Corporation of New York awarded Andrew Carnegie Fellowships to law, jurisprudence and social thought professor Lawrence Douglas and economics professor Katharine Sims. The awards enable them to pursue two years of research and writing.