New Members Elected to AAS

The following individuals have accepted membership in the Society after their election at the Semiannual Meeting on April 21, 2022.


Renée Ater, associate professor emerita, University of Maryland

Frederick U. Baron, High Ridge Books

Sharon Block, professor of history, University of California, Irvine

Michael S. Burd, retired investment banker and chief financial officer

Tara Bynum, assistant professor of English and African American studies, University of Iowa

David A. Chang, professor of history, University of Minnesota

Ann L. Chinn, founder, Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project

Jeremy B. Dibbell, special collections librarian, Binghamton University

Tamar Evangelestia-Dougherty, director, Smithsonian Libraries and Archives

Benjamin Fagan, associate professor of English, Auburn University

John J. Garcia, assistant professor of English, Florida State University and vice president, Andrew W. Mellon Society of Fellows in Critical Bibliography, Rare Book School

John G. Hanson, vice president and chief pricing strategist, Akamai Technologies

Melissa J. Homestead, professor of English, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Holly A. Jackson, associate professor of English, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Sam Katz, founder and executive producer, History Making Productions

Laura Kitchings, independent historian and archivist

Barry M. Maloney, president, Worcester State University

Jeremy Markowitz, Americana specialist, James Cummins Bookseller

Robert Martello, professor of the history of science and technology, Olin College

Maria Montoya, Global Network Associate Professor of History, New York University and dean of arts and sciences, NYU Shanghai

Andrew D. Platt, vice president for finance, Ironside

Ousmane Power-Greene, associate professor of history, Clark University

Katherine Ruffin, director of the book studies program and lecturer in art, Wellesley College

Britt M. Rusert, associate professor, W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Tamara P. Thornton, professor of history, University of Buffalo

Erin Williams, cultural development officer, City of Worcester and executive director, Worcester Cultural Coalition

Kelly E. Wisecup, associate professor of English, Northwestern University

Michael Witgen, professor, Department of History and the Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, Columbia University

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