Congratulations to CSSH authors Alireza Doostdar, Graham M. Jones, and Begüm Adalet on the publication of their new monographs.
Congratulations to CSSH authors Michael Meng and Alain Mikhail.
Congratulations to CSSH authors Keith Hart and Lara Deeb, and to CSSH editor Paul Christopher Johnson, on the publication of their new books.
Congratulations to our authors Joel Cabrita, Alena Ledeneva, and Sebastian Conrad, on their new publications.
Congratulations to CSSH author Alaina Lemon (51-4, “Sympathy for the Weary State?: Cold War Chronotophes and Moscow Others“) on the publication of her new book, Technologies for Intuition: Cold War Circles and Telepathic Rays. CSSH congratulates CSSH author Kyle Harper (54-4, “Culture, Nature, and History: The Case of Ancient Sexuality“) on the publication of his new…
Congratulations to Anna M. Mirkova (CSSH 55-4, 2013, “‘Population Poliotics’ at the End of Empire: Migration and Sovereignty in Ottoman Eastern Rumelia“) on the publication of her new book, Muslim Land, Christian Labor: Transforming Ottoman Imperial Subjects into Bulgarian National Citizens, 1878-1939. Central European University Press, 2017
Google Scholar just released its new metrics for the year, and CSSH is ranked as #5 in History, and has an h5-index of 15. With all due modesty we at CSSH are proud of this accomplishment and thank our editors, managing editor, members of the editorial committee, consulting editors, authors and reviewers for all their…
Congratulations are in order for CSSH’s Editorial Committee Member, Paolo Squatriti, who was selected to receive a 2017 Guggenheim Fellowship to support his work on the impact on plant communities of such deeply human activities as barbarian invasions, state formation, and conversion to Christianity. Read more.
CSSH would like to extend belated but nonetheless heartfelt congratulations to Jessica M. Marglin (CSSH 59-4, “Written and Oral in Islamic Law: Documentary Evidence and Non-Muslims in Moroccan Shari‘a Courts“) for winning the Baron Book prize for 2016 for her book, Across Legal Lines: Jews and Muslims in Modern Morocco (Yale University Press). Congratulations to Tarak…
Congratulations are in order for Michael Low for winning a second prize for his CSSH article “Ottoman Infrastructures of the Saudi Hydro-State: The Technopolitics of Pilgrimage and Potable Water in the Hijaz” (CSSH 57-4, 2015). This one is the international prize awarded biannually by Comité International des Études Pré-Ottomanes et Ottomanes (CIEPO) for the best article by an early-career scholar in Ottoman and/or Pre-Ottoman Studies. Read more.