Public Humanities Fellowship

Become a Public Humanities Fellow!    Public Humanities Fellows will  research, document and disseminate materials related to Williams College Institutional History.  The Fellowship, which is funded by the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion,  assist Williams College students in creating original content on Williams’ historical legacy around diversity, equity,… Continue reading »

In the Spotlight

GOOD NEWS!!!! Isabel Pena’ 19 attended the ” Biennial Urban History Conference” in Columbia, South Carolina to present her poster on ” The New O.C. : Race, Space, Immigration and the Making of Postsuburban California” Congrats Isabel!!           Vickie Vertiz ’98 had her book … Continue reading »

2018 C3 Recruitment

Creating Connections Consortium (C3) Attention Sophomores and Juniors: If you are interested in spending next summer at a university working with a mentor on a research project, come learn about C3, The Leadership Alliance, and other funded programs for students from groups underrepresented in higher education. Williams students who’ve… Continue reading »

Fellow Publications

Books Kendra Taira Field, ’99 Elizabeth Hoover, ’01 Naomi Jackson, ’02 Alvaro Jarrin, ’03 Donna Jean Murch, ’91 Vickie Vertiz, ’98 Articles and Book Chapters Augustine, Kesi. “Zachary Reid’s Transoceanic Performance of White Gentility in Sea of Poppies.” Journal of African American Studies… Continue reading »