New Honors and Awards for UCSB History Faculty

Recently, a number of faculty members in the History Department have received awards and honors from various professional organizations and on-campus entities. Join us in congratulating the following faculty members for their well-deserved recognition:

Sarah Cline:

  • Was awarded the Edward Lieuwen Award for Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Latin American Studies by the members of the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies.
  • Her article “Guadalupe and the Castas: The Power of a Singular Colonial Mexican Painting”, Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos, 31.2 (2015), pp. 218-247 was awarded the best humanities article prize by the Latin American Studies Association’s Mexico Section.

Erika Rappaport

  • Was awarded a Distinguished Teaching Award by UCSB’s Academic Senate.

Salim Yaqub

  • Was also awarded a Distinguished Teaching Award by UCSB’s Academic Senate.

Counting the latter two awards, the History Department now has received a total of five faculty teaching awards in the past three years alone! (The other faculty awardees are Paul Spickard, Peter Alagona, and Toshi Hasegawa.)

Congratulations to the awardees!

Post last modified: April 14, 2016