Alexander Auerbach, Ph. D. 2001, joined the history department of the University of Northern British Columbia as an assistant professor in 2009. His book, Race, Law, and “The Chinese Puzzle” in Imperial Britain came out with Palgrave Macmillan in 2009. Among his publications, he has an article, “‘The Law Has No Feeling for Poor Folks Like Us!’: Everyday Responses to Legal Compulsion in England’s Working-Class Communities, 1871-1904,” which will appear in the December 2011 volume of the Journal of Social History. In the spring of 2011, he is doing six months of research in London with a Fulbright-King’s College London Scholar Award. Along with his other honors and publications, he is the Co-Winner of the 2010 Law and Humanities Interdisciplinary Junior Scholar Writing Competition, sponsored by the Columbia Law School.