Andrew Hartman, an associate professor of history at Illinois State University, co-founder of S-USIH, and a regular blogger at s-usih.dev, has been awarded the Danish Distinguished Chair in American Studies for the 2013-2014 academic year. The University of Southern Denmark will be the home university for the Danish Fulbright Chair in American Studies from 2012-2015 and will be Hartman’s home for the next year. He will work at the Center for American Studies at SDU; the Center is under the direction of Niels Bjerre-Poulsen, a historian of United State history and author of Right Face: Organizing the Conservative Movement, 1945-1965. The center was founded by David Nye, a leading scholar in the history of technology and American culture. Hartman and his family will live in Odense, Denmark, the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen.
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