The Department of History is pleased to announce that Associate Professor of History Stefan Link has been awarded the American Historical Association Herbert Baxter Adams Prize for his book, Forging Global Fordism: Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia, and the Contest over the Industrial Order. This prize is awarded for an author's first book in European history from 1815 through the 20th century.
From the AHA website: "The American Historical Association offers the Herbert Baxter Adams Prize annually for a distinguished book published in English in the field of European history. The Adams prize was established in 1905 in memory of the first secretary of the Association, Herbert Adams of Johns Hopkins University, who was also one of the Association's founders. The Adams Prize and the Leo Gershoy Award (also bestowed by the AHA) are widely considered to be the most prestigious prizes in the field of European history."
Congratulations, Professor Link!