In the News
Professor Robyn Muncy has been interviewed by by two popular public history media in light of the recent nomination of Hillary Clinton for president.
Benjamin Kramer, a double major in History and Government and Politics has been nominated for the 2015 University Medal.
Anniversary or Apathy? Memory and revolution in Poland since 1989, by Dr. Piotr Kosicki, is now available at The Nation online.
The College of Arts and Humanities’ annual faculty and staff convocation was a momentous occasion for History faculty and staff. The ceremony, held in the Clarice Smith’s Gildenhorn Recital Hall on the afternoon of September 23, 2014, welcomed new faculty members, announced promotions and tenures, and highlighted faculty, staff, and student service. Two of history’s own, Marsha Rozenblit and Catalina Toala, were singled out as winners of this year’s distinguished service awards.
The College of Arts and Humanities’ annual faculty and staff convocation was a momentous occasion for History faculty and staff. The ceremony, held in the Clarice Smith’s Gildenhorn Recital Hall
Pamela O. Long, who received her BA, MA, and PhD degrees in history from the University of Maryland, College Park, has been named as one of this year’s recipients of the prestigious Macarthur Fellowship.
At spring commencement, JoAnna Suriani will be recognized as one of the five finalists for this prize, which is given to the most outstanding graduate of each academic year. The University Medal is awarded to the undergraduate who best personifies academic distinction, extraordinary character, and extracurricular contributions to the University and the larger public.
The Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies is proud to announce the winners of the History Department’s Best Undergraduate Paper Award for 2013. The award, sponsored by th