OAH Names 7 Chicago Historians as Distinguished Lecturers

The Organization of American Historians has named seven University of Chicago historians to its Distinguished Lectureship Program. Founded in 1981, the program is an easy-to-use resource to identify and contact leading historians who will share their expertise with the public.  Congratuations to the 2016–17 Chicago speakers:

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Mauricio Tenorio Awarded Laing Prize

The University of Chicago Press has awarded the 2015 Laing Prize to Mauricio Tenorio-Trillo for I Speak of the City: Mexico City at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. The president of the University of Chicago, Robert J. Zimmer, presented the award on April 21. He praised the book's "beauty and complexity."

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OAH Names 7 Chicago Historians as Distinguished Lecturers

The Organization of American Historians has named seven University of Chicago historians to its Distinguished Lectureship Program. Founded in 1981, the program is an easy-to-use resource to identify and contact leading historians who will share their expertise with the public.  Congratuations to the 2016–17 Chicago speakers:

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