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The College of Arts Sciences


The Department of History is committed to pursuing excellence in historical scholarship and teaching across many different time periods and research interests. Its outstanding faculty specializes in a wide array of historical issues and themes that transcend particular regions and periods. Courses connect undergraduate and graduate students with the excitement of historical discovery and provide a rigorous training in researching and analyzing the human past.

History's Open House scheduled for October 24 at 4:45 in 437 McGraw Hall

Attention Undergraduates:

Check out History's listing of courses for SPRING 2019

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All pre-1800 and non-US courses are now included with the course descriptions in the Class Roster and Courses of Study.

Pre-1800 is now coded as HPE

Non-US is now coded as HNU

Graduate History Colloquium Series - Fall 2018

The graduate history colloquium, now offered as a 1 credit course (Hist 6006), will meet on Tuesdays, 12:15-2:15pm, in B02 White Hall for the Fall 2018 semester.

Tuesday, November 13 - Kaitlin Pontzer: "Simon Fraser and the Jacobite Image: Masculinity, Sentiment, and the Construction of Political Allegiance in the 18th century"