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History student receives Fulbright Award [05.09.2013]
Brittany Vosler of the University of South Florida has been awarded a Fulbright Research Grant to continue her doctoral dissertation research at the University of the West Indies -- Cave Hill in Barbados. Vosler is one of only two students to receive a full grant to Barbados under the Fulbright program this year.
Levy explores Ferry Farm, writes a book about Washington [02.14.2013]
It started with an archeological trip in 2001 when University of South Florida Associate Professor Philip Levy traveled to Fredericksburg, Va., to learn about George Washington’s Ferry Farm, the late president’s childhood home. Working with his long-time collaborator David Muraca, director of archeology at the George Washington Foundation, the not-for-profit foundation that owns the Stafford County, Va., site, the two researched the site’s history and archaeology.
Scholar to discuss "When Gen. Grant Expelled the Jews" [02.11.2013]
The University of South Florida College of Arts and Sciences in cooperation with the USF Humanities Institute, the Departments of Religious Studies and History, and the Tampa Jewish Book Festival, will present the fourth June Baumgardner Gelbart Lecture in Jewish Studies. “When Gen. Grant Expelled the Jews” will be presented by Jonathan D. Sarna, professor of American Jewish History at Brandeis University. The lecture will be held at 7 p.m. on Feb. 20 at Traditions Hall in The Gibbons Alumni Center.