Congratulations to Sheetal Chhabria on the publication of her new book, Making the Modern Slum: The Power of Capital in Colonial Bombay (University of Washington Press, 2019).
Congratulations to Selim Deringil on the publication of his edited volume, The Ottoman Twilight in the Arab Lands: Turkish Memoirs and Testimonies of the Great War (Academic Studies Press, 2019).
Congratulations to Paul Nugent on the publication of his new book, Boundaries, Communities and State-Making in West Africa: The Centrality of the Margins.
Congratulations to Julien Brachet and Judith Scheele on the publication of their new book, The Value of Disorder, and to Walter Armbrust on the publication of his new ethnography, Martyrs and Tricksters. Slightly belated congratulations to Ricardo Roque on winning the A.H. de Oliveira Marques Prize in Portuguese History for 2015-16.
Congratulations to Kimberly Arkin on winning this year’s Berkshire Conference of Women Historians article prize for “an article in any field of history other than women, gender, and/or sexuality.” Cambridge University Press has kindly made the article free to access.
Congratulations to Wilson Chacko Jacob on the publication of his new monograph, For God or Empire Sayyid Fadl and the Indian Ocean World.
Congratulations to Nicolas Argenti on the publication of his new book, Remembering Absence: The Sense of Life in Island Greece, and to Michał Murawski on the publication of his new monograph, The Palace Complex: A Stalinist Skyscraper, Capitalist Warsaw, and a City Transfixed.
CSSH congratulates Rebecca Bryant and Emily Laxer on the publication of their new books.
CSSH congratulates Alan Strathern and Stephan Palmié on their newly published books.
Congratulations to CSSH editorial board member Matthew Hull on winning the 2019 Staley Prize, to CSSH author Sanjay Subrahmanyam on winning the international Dan David prize, and to CSSH author Amira Mittermaier on the publication of her new monograph.
Congratulations to Chris Moffat on the publication of his new book, India’s Revolutionary Inheritance: Politics and the Promise of Bhagat Singh.