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...

Dr. Slater discusses voting rights on South Carolina Public Radio

It’s Election Day! While you’re waiting in line to vote, check out Associate Professor Sandy Slater’s interview with South Carolina Public Radio. The 19th...

Study abroad with History: Ireland Summer 2021

Got wanderlust? Check out this great Summer 2021 study abroad opportunity! > “This program will be based in the heart of Dublin’s old city....

Dr. Cara Delay discusses new book and sabbatical research

Join Dr. Delay and Dr. Sundstrom Tuesday, October 27 as they discuss “Reproductive Justice in Comparative Perspective: US/Ireland.” This sabbatical talk is also a...

Virtual book club starts this month

Join us for a unique collaboration in reading and discussing Professor Martha S. Jones‘ recently published book, Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won...

Adjunct professor Kristin Halvorson on her work with the Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt

Adjunct professor Kristin Halvorson is an Egyptologist who covers 3,000+ years of the ancient Egyptian world in her very popular 115 course “Egypt and...

Assistant professor Elisa Jones organizes virtual symposium

Elisa Jones, who joined the History Department this summer, has organized a fascinating and timely virtual symposium entitled, Speech as Protest: Being Heard and...