October 13, 2009
Hazel Hahn, associate professor of history, recently published
“Indian Princes, Tigers and Dancing Girls: The Tour of the Prince of Wales
through India and Ceylon, 1875-1876” in Postcolonial Studies and “Angkor and
Borobudur as Subjects of Colonial Narratives and Travel Destinations, 1860-1900”
in Journeys East: Isabella Stewart Gardner and Asia, an exhibition catalogue
published by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Her review of Charles
Forsdick’s Travel in Twentieth-Century French and Francophone Cultures: The
Persistence of Diversity (2005) appeared on H-France. She presented a paper,
“Visionary Urban Planning of Saigon-Cholon, 1940-1944,” at the Society for
French Colonial Historical Society Conference. This summer, she did research at
the Archives Nationales d’Outre-Mer in Aix-en-Provence in France.
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