Faculty, Student, Alumni Notes
- In The New York Times Magazine, P. Carl, the Spring 2020 Anschutz Distinguished Fellow in American Studies, writes on “Becoming a Man.”
- Patricia Fernández-Kelly, professor of sociology and AMS executive committee member, received the 2020 ASA Distinguished Career Award for the Practice of Sociology from the American Sociological Association (ASA).
- AMS core faculty member Paul Nadal, assistant professor of English and American studies, was elected to the MLA Delegate Assembly by the CLCS Southeast Asian and Southeast Asian Diasporic forum for a three-year term beginning January 2020.
- Paul Nadal and his “Global Novel” seminar discussed The Association of Small Bombs with author Karan Mahajan.
- Beth Lew-Williams, associate professor of history, received the Sally and Ken Owen Award for The Chinese Must Go: Violence, Exclusion and the Making of the Alien in America. The award recognizes the best book on the history of the Pacific West.
- Nicholas J.P. Williams, a 2015 alumnus and assistant curator at the Bakken Museum, published “Becoming What You Eat: The New England Kitchen and the Body as a Site of Social Reform,” an article developed from his senior thesis, in the Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era.
- Anne Cheng, professor of English and American studies and director of the Program in American Studies, spoke on “Wedding Banquets: The Invitation and Coercion of Belonging” in a colloquium in conjunction with the Princeton University Art Museum exhibition The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in Chinese Art from the 10th to the 14th Century.
- Princeton Theological Seminary published an article about the collaboration between the Spring 2019 AMS course “American Agrarians” and a seminary course, and the courses’ hands-on sessions at the Farminary.