Sam Coggeshall (Columbia, History)
"Revolutionmy Frontiers: Making Borders in the Former Russian Empire, 1898-1934"
Joslyn DeVinney (Columbia, History)
"Nysore Science: A Connected History of Eighteenth-Century Natural Knowledge"
Jonas Knatz (NYU, History)
"Automation as an Intellectual Event: Automata, Work, and Politics in Cold War West Germany, 1949-1989"
Reut Ullman (Columbia, History)
"The Battle for the Soul of Russia: the Culture of Science and the Politics of Theology in Enlightened Russia"
Nuala Caomhanach (NYU History)
"Curating Madagascar: The Rise of Phylogenetics in the Age of Climate Change, 1910-2020"
Grant Kleiser (Columbia History)
"Exchanging Empires: Free Ports, Reform and Revolution in the Atlantic World, 1750-1784"
Emily Stewart Long (NYU History)
"The Gestalt of German Poetry After 1900"
Heath Rojas (Columbia History)
"Feeling the Divine: The Cult of the Supreme Being and the Spiritual Logic of the Terror"
Anirban Karak (NYU History)
"Commerce as an Ethical Problem: Caste Norms, Devotional Poetry, and Property Disputes in Bengal in a Global Capitalist Context, 1720s-1830s"
Roslyn Dubler (Columbia History)
"Non-Discrimination: A Conceptual History of Sex, Social Policy, and the State in the European Community, 1975-1997"
Danielle Carr (Columbia Anthropology)
"Political Anatomies of the Cyborg: Neural Engineering and Liberal Subjects"
Tamar Menashe (Columbia History)
"Jews in Cross-Confessional Legal Cultures in Germany, 1500-1700"
John D. Raimo (NYU History)
“Republic of Readers: Cultures and Politics of Reading Across Postwar Europe, 1945-1970”
Lotte Houwink ten Cate (Columbia History)
“Hands Off: Intimate Violence in Western Europe, 1970-1997”
Saudi Garcia (NYU Anthropology)
"Black Ethnology and Anthropology in the Dominican Republic, 1960-1990"
Luke McMullan (NYU English)
"Language and Knowledge: Philology in Britain, 1750-1920"
Roy Bar Sadeh (Columbia History)
"Islamic Modernism and the Eurasian Origins of the Idea of a Muslim Minority, 1857-1947"
Noah Rosenblum, Department of History, Columbia University
"The Crisis of Democratic Theory and the Rise of Presidential Democracy in the Interwar Period"
Sarina C. Kuersteiner, Department of History, Columbia University
"The Architects of Contractual Societies: Notaries as Carriers of Rationality in the Medieval Mediterranean"
Ian W. Merkel, Department of History, New York University
"Terms of Exchange: Brazilian Intellectuals and the Remaking of the French Social Sciences"
Pam C. Nogales C., Department of History, New York University
"Reform in the Age of Capital: Radical Political Thought in the US, 1828-1877"
Aro Velmet, Department of History, New York University
"Pasteur's Empire: French Expertise, Colonialism, and Transnational Science, 1890-1940"
Angela Giordani, Department of History, Columbia University
"Reviving Falsafah: Tracing Islamic Philosophy in Twentieth-Century Intellectual History"
Weiwei Luo, Department of History, Columbia University
"Account Due: Making Citizens and Sovereignty in Qing China, 1674-1894"
Abram Kaplan, Department of History, Columbia University
"The Janus Faces of Tradition: Newton, Leibniz, and the Philological Roots of Calculus"
Kristen Loveland, School of Law, New York University
"Re-producing the Human: German Bioethics in a Neoliberal Age"
Susanna Ferguson, Department of History, Columbia University
"Questioning Feminist Categories: A Conceptual History of Tarbiya in Modern Arab Thought"
Marysia Jonsson, Department of History, New York University
"Redefining Baltic Tolerance: Religion, Enlightenment, and Cultural Exchange During the Great Northern War (1700-1721)"
Justin MacAlpine Reynolds, Department of History, Columbia University
"The Body of Christ in the World of Nations: the Universal Church in the Ecumenical Imagination, 1928-1968"
Alexander Arnold, Department of History, New York University
"A History of French Political Economic Thought in the 1970s and 1980s"
Yumi Kim, Department of History, Columbia Univeristy
"Making Sense: A History of Psychiatric Ideas and Practices in Modern Japan"
Natasha Grace Wheatley, Department of History, Columbia University
"Genealogies of Historical Justice"
Lauren Cannady, Department of Art History, New York University
"Owing to Nature and Art: The Garden Landscape and Decorative Painting in Eighteenth Century Pavillons de Plaisance"
Simon Taylor, Department of History, Columbia University
"The Modern Condition: The Invention of Anxiety, 1940-1970"
Isabel Gabel, Department of History, Columbia University
"Environments of the Living: Epistemologies of Biology in Germany and France, 1900-1960"
Brian Kai Hin Tsui, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University
"China's Forgotten Revolution: Radical Conservatism in Action, 1925-1949"
James Chappel, Department of History, Columbia University
"Catholicism against the State: Religion and Sovereignty in Europe, 1920-1950"
Aaron Tugendhaft, Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, New York University
"Baal Is Our King: Politics and Narrative at the End of the Bronze Age"
Patrick R. Crowley, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University
"Forms of Spectality in Ancient Rome"
Bina Gogineni, Department of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University
"God and the Novel in India"
Jennifer Egloff, Department of History, New York University
"Popular Numeracy in Early Modern England and British North America"
Robert S. Thomas, Department of History, Columbia University
"Authority and Enlightenment: The Committee on Social Thought, 1942-1958"