September 2019

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.

August 2019

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.

July 2019

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.

May 2019

CSSH congratulates Rebecca Bryant and Emily Laxer on the publication of their new books.

March 2019

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.

January 2019

Congratulations to Chris Moffat on the publication of his new book, India’s Revolutionary Inheritance: Politics and the Promise of Bhagat Singh.

2017 CSSH Articles Featured in American Anthropologist’s Year in Review

CSSH is a resolutely interdisciplinary journal, but we cannot help noting (with pride) that nine of our 2017 essays were recently mentioned in Noah Tamarkin’s annual review of noteworthy publications in anthropology, “Time and Relational Possibility: Cultural Anthropology in 2017,” which appears in the current issue of AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST.

June 2018

Congratulations to CSSH author Sebastian R. Prange on the publication of his new monograph, Monsoon Islam: Trade and Faith on the Medieval Malabar Coast.