NEWS & EVENTS
Year in Review: History Professors
have been busy, and will stay busy (May
2011). Here's a look at what the History faculty have been up to this
semester, and some of their summer plans:
Dr. Simpson is
visiting Germany this summer, to present a paper titled "The 'Lkimaniki'
and the End of Colonial Grazing Regulations: Samburuland, Kenya
1948-1063" at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology's
conference on Mobility and Territoriality, May 18-21st, 2011.
Dr. Schneid has been
appointed to the Bibliography Committee of the Italian Commission on
Military History. In February, Dr. Schneid gave a public lecture, "A
Military History of Ancient Israel: From Saul to Solomon" at Beth
David Synagogue in Greensboro.
Dr. Schneid recently
published the following articles:
Frederick C. Schneid, "Un
affare ben coordinato: la pianificazione bellica franco-piemontese nel
1859" in Studi Storico Militari Rome: Stato Maggiore Esercito -
Ufficio Storico, 2011
Frederick C. Schneid, "The
French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars", in Heinz Durchart and Peter
H. Wilson eds., European History Online (EGO), published by the
Institute of European History (IEG), Mainz Jan 27, 2011. URL: http://www.ieg-ego.eu/schneidf-2011-en
In addition, Dr. Schneid
had the following book chapter published: Frederick C. Schneid, "The
Army of the Kingdom of Italy" in Gregory Fremont-Barnes ed., Armies
of the Napoleonic Era Barnsely: Pen & Sword, 2011.
Mr. Duchess had a book
review published in the Autumn 2010 edition of Pennsylvania
History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies, on Deserter
Country: Civil War Opposition in the Pennsylvania Appalachians, by
Robert M. Sandow. In addition, he has been asked by the same journal
to review the recent book Northerners at War: Reflections on the
Civil War Home Front, by historian J. Matthew Gallman to be
published in the Summer or Autumn 2011 edition.
Mr. Duchess will be
working with the Education Testing Service for the fifth consecutive
year scoring exams for the Advanced Placement program in U.S. History
in Louisville, KY, in June 2011.