Associate Professor Carl Bon Tempo has won the 2014-2015 Dean's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Teaching from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Professor Bon Tempo joins other teaching prize winners in the department: Jeannine Chandler, Richard Fogarty, Susan Gauss, Richard F. Hamm, Patrick Nold, Laura Wittern-Keller, and Gerry Zahavi.
Prof. Dimitri Korobeinikov Publishes Book
Byzantium and the Turks in the Thirteenth Century (Oxford University Press, September 2014) presents a new interpretation of the Nicaean Empire and highlights the evidence for its wealth and power.
Prof. Christopher Pastore Publishes Book
Between Land and Sea: The Atlantic Coast and the Transformation of New England (Harvard University Press, October 2014), an environmental history of this watery corner of the Atlantic world, beginning with the first European settlement in 1636 and ending with the dissolution of the Blackstone Canal Company in 1849.