Maymester and Summer Course Spotlight

We have an array of great courses available this Maymester & Summer. Read details below: The History of Stuff: A Global History of Consumption...

Dr. Domby to speak at April 8 History Club meeting

Don’t miss Adam Domby’s virtual presentation for the History Club on Thursday, April 8 at 6:00 p.m. Dr. Domby, author of The False Cause:...

Dr. Rachel Donaldson wins Outstanding Faculty award

Congratulations to Dr. Rachel Donaldson for winning the ExCEL Outstanding Faculty of the Year – Graduate School award!

Dr. Donaldson to speak about the Jefferson County Courthouse Landmark Study

Dr. Rachel Donaldson has an exciting event coming up WEDNESDAY, March 17 at 7:00 pm: “Labor History in America: Jefferson County Courthouse (WV) National...

History Dept’s Annual Black History Month Lecture: Feb. 16 at 5pm

Please join the Department of History in welcoming Dr. Douglas Flowe for its inaugural Annual Black History Month Lecture, “Uncontrollable Blackness: African American Men...

Spring 2021 Course Spotlight

The History Department has an array of fascinating courses coming up in Spring 2021. Let’s shine a spotlight on them: Dr. Gigova’s HIST 350...

Jacob Steere-Williams on his role as an editor

                        Faculty Spotlight: Associate Professor Jacob Steere-Williams is a historian of epidemic disease,...

Antiracist Education through Digital History: A Virtual Roundtable

Coming up Thursday, Nov. 19 at 3:30: “Antiracist Education through Digital Local History: A Virtual Roundtable” The public health crisis caused by COVID-19 and...

History Club hosting Dr. Steere-Williams for epidemics lecture

On Thursday, 11/12 at 6:00 p.m. the History Club is hosting a virtual lecture by Jacob Steere-Williams, Ph. D., “Epidemics Past and Present: Covid-19...

Dr. Jestice shares her sabbatical thoughts

After years of hard work as Chair of our History Department, Dr. Jestice has taken a well-deserved sabbatical this semester. She recently shared her...