Grad Student Featured in Preservation Society of Charleston’s Magazine

One of our graduate students, Grace Hall, was featured in the Preservation Society of Charleston’s Magazine. She discussed her research goals and internship. Check...

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...