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Dr. Powers featured at the Decatur Book Festival

Dr. Bernard Powers recently attended the Decatur Book Festival to discuss the book he co-authored, We Are Charleston: Tragedy and Triumph at Mother Emmanuel....

Dr. Tim Carmichael Speaks in Arlington

In August 2016, Associate Professor Tim Carmichael was invited to Arlington, VA, as a featured speaker at a U.S. Government conference on the unfolding...

The Deployed Professor

Adjunct Professor Heather Crosby had quite an interesting summer teaching aboard a U.S. Navy ship. Crosby says, “I taught for 8 weeks on the...

History Major Natalie Carey Blogs about her Tea Plantation Internship!

Charleston’s First Tea Party: December 3, 1773 By the 1770’s, tea trading was a vital industry in colonial America. Parliament’s Townshend Duties tax began...

Spring 2016 Commencement

Congratulations to our Spring 2016 graduates!    

2016 History Dept Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 History Awards, held Monday, April 18th in Alumni Hall. Below is a list of the award recipients and...
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Maymester and Summer 2016

We’ve got some exciting courses available for Maymester and Summer students! Detailed course descriptions can be found on this site under Undergraduate Programs:

History Major Danielle Cox to attend the 2016 Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference

Wow! History Major Danielle Cox was chosen to represent the College at the Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference April 15-17. Congratulations, Danielle!
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Assoc. Professor Cara Delay Featured!

Associate Professor Cara Delay has been featured on the blog Perceptions of Pregnancy. Dr. Delay’s  research, “analyzes women, gender, and culture in 19th and 20th...
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History Dept Hosts Dr. Julie Weise for Jan. 20th Lecture

The history department is delighted to welcome Dr. Julie Weise of the University of Oregon to campus on January 20. She will be presenting...