Marlene Daut awarded fellowship for her project "Awakening the Ashes: An Intellectual History of Haiti" which seeks to produce an intellectual history of Haiti from 1804 to the 1950s.
Andrew Kahrl's fellowship project "The Power to Destroy: A Hidden History of Race and Taxes in America" will lead to a book and digital map on property taxation and race from Reconstruction through the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.
Listen to powerful leaders at the forefront of reentry and criminal justice reform discuss their experiences with mass incarceration. Discover how they transformed their lives into visions for systemic change, and how they are empowering others to do the same.
April J. Mayes, Associate Professor and Chair of History at Pomona College
Edward Paulino, Assistant Professor of History at John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Anne Eller, Associate Professor of History at Yale University