The following Sherman Lectures were published by the UNCW Publishing Laboratory and are available in Randall Library's general collection,
- Alexander C. Cook, "Experiments in the Laws of History: China from Mao to the WTO"
- Zsuzsa Csergo, "What Europe's New Democracies Can Teach Us: Lessons in Cultural Division and Integration"
- Jonathan Eastwood, "Venezuela and Hugo Chavez: Reform or Revolution?"
- Mariola Espinosa, "Contagion and Conquest: The United States and the Fight Against Disease in the Caribbean" (in process)
- Ebenezer Obadare, "Africa Between the Old and the New: The Strange Persistence of the Colonial State"
- Amy L. Sayward, "Imagining an International Community Based on Development and Peace: Thoughts on the Past and on a Future."
Previous Sherman Scholars
2014 Race and The Making of Family in The Atlantic World
Dr. Daniel Livesay
Assistant Professor of History
2013 Atrocity & Accountability: International Criminal Tribunals and Peacemaking
Legal Officer for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former
Yugoslavia, The Hague
2012 A Sacred Space: The Spiritual Life of Soviet AtheismDr. Victoria Smolkin-Rothrock
Assistant Professor of History
2011: Sunnis and Shiites: A Rivalry that Transformed the Middle East"
Dr.Ibrahim Kaya Sahin
Assistant Professor of Ottoman history
2010: Contagion & Conquest: The United States and the Fight against Disease in the Caribbean
Dr. Espinosa is an assistant professor in the Section of the History of Medicine at Yale University.
2009: Green Revolutions: Agricultural Expansion and the Global Environment in Three Countries
Edward D. Melillo
Assistant Professor Of History and Environmental Studies
2008: Africa Between the Old and the New: The Strange Persistence of the Postcolonial State
Assistant Professor of Sociology
University of Kansas
2007: Venezuela and Hugo Chavez: Reform or Revolution?
Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropolgy
Washington & Lee University
His recent book is The Rise of Nationalism in Venezuela (Florida).
2006: China from Mao to the WTO: Experiments in the Laws of History
Columbia and Brown Universities
Dr. Cook is an assistant professor of history at Berkeley. His article, Third World Maoism is forthcoming in Timothy Cheeks volume of essays, a Critical Introduction to Mao. Forthcoming from Cambridge University Press.
2005: What Europe's Emerging Democracies Can Teach Us: Lessons in Historical Division and Integration
George Washington University
Dr. Cesrgo is curently in the Department of Political Studies, Queens University. Her recent book is: Talk of the Nation: Language and Conflict in Romania and Slovakia (Cornell).
2004: Terrorism: Past, Present and Future Trends
R. Kim Cragin, Rand Corporation
Kim Cragin and Andrew Curiel published "Prime Numbers 9/11 + 5" in the Sept. 11, 2006 edition of Foreign Policy.
2003: Imagining an International Community Based on Development and Peace
Amy L. Sayward, Middle Tennessee State University
Dr. Sayward is the Chair of the History Department and author of The Birth of Development (Kent State).
2002: The United States, the Arab World and the Question of Palestine
Michael S. Doran
Visiting Faculty at NYU Wagner
Dr. Doran is now teaching at NYU after serving on the National Security Council, and is the author of Pan-Arabism Before Nasser (Oxford).