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Colin Gordon awarded NEH Fellowship


Colin Gordon, the F. Wendell Miller Professor of History at the University of Iowa, has received the nation's most prestigious award for humanities scholarship, a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship.

Gordon's fellowship will support research for his upcoming monograph, tentatively titled Dividing the City: Race-Restrictive Covenants and the Architecture of Segregation. The monograph, and a digital companion project, will be the newest publications of his long-running and influential research into policies that created and have sustained residential racial segregation throughout St. Louis, Missouri, and its suburbs.  Read More ...