Alan Taylor, EMSI 2013 Distinguished Lecturer, wins Pulitzer Prize in History

Please join the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute in congratulating Alan Taylor for winning the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in History for his book, The Internal Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832 (Norton 2013).  

As the 2013 EMSI Distinguished Lecturer, Professor Taylor presented the cutting-edge research for the Internal Enemy during a master class with USC faculty and graduate students. We are proud to have hosted conversations on this book, which has been lauded by the Pulitzer committee as "a meticulous and insightful account of why runaway slaves in the colonial era were drawn to the British side as potential liberators." The Pulitzer Award is an outstanding recognition of the importance of Professor Taylor's rigorous analysis of slavery in America in the early modern period.
We send Alan Taylor our heartfelt congratulations!

Rotem and Adam Gilbert Receive 2014 Thomas Binkley Award

Please join the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute in congratulating Rotem Gilbert, Assistant Professor of Early Music and Musicology, and Adam Knight Gilbert, Associate Professor of Early Music and Musicology and Director of the Early Music Program at USC, for receiving Early Music America's 2014 Thomas Binkley Award.

This award recognizes outstanding achievement in both performance and scholarship by the director of a university or college collegium musicum.

2014-2015 EMSI Fellows

Please join us in congratulating the recipients of our 2014-2015 USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute Faculty and Graduate Student Fellowships

EMSI Faculty Summer Research Fellowships

Emily Anderson, Associate Professor of English
The Eighteenth-Century Shakespeare:
Memory and Canon Formation

Joseph Boone
Professor of English, Gender Studies, and Comparative Literature
The Melville Effect: Meditations On Multimedia

EMSI Ph.D. Dissertation Fellowships

Stefan Smith, History
Private Luxuries:
Consuming Identity in the English Atlantic, c. 1580 – 1713

Sean Nelson, Art History
Jerusalem Lost:
Crusade, Myth, and Historical Imagination in Grand Ducal Florence

EMSI Ph.D. Summer Dissertation Fellowship

Nicholas Gliserman
, History
Landscapes of War:
Geopolitics in Northeastern America, 1685-1713

CHE: "USC Gets Mellon Money to Train Digital Scholars"

The Chronicle of Higher Education's blog Wired Campus announced the creation of a Mellon grant to fund Ph.D. and Post-doctoral fellowships in digital humanities at USC, a project on which Peter C. Mancall served as principal investigator.