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The Department is pleased to offer students a wide variety of educational experiences, including general education electives, an immersion, a minor, and a major. You may learn more about all of these options by exploring our website.

The Department is pleased to offer students a wide variety of educational experiences, including general education electives, an immersion, a minor, and a major. You may learn more about all of these options by exploring our website.

The Department is pleased to offer students a wide variety of educational experiences, including general education electives, an immersion, a minor, and a major. You may learn more about all of these options by exploring our website.

The Department is pleased to offer students a wide variety of educational experiences, including general education electives, an immersion, a minor, and a major. You may learn more about all of these options by exploring our website.

The Department is pleased to offer students a wide variety of educational experiences, including general education electives, an immersion, a minor, and a major. You may learn more about all of these options by exploring our website.

The Department is pleased to offer students a wide variety of educational experiences, including general education electives, an immersion, a minor, and a major. You may learn more about all of these options by exploring our website.

Christine Keiner,
The Oyster Question
R.A.R. Edwards,
Words Made Flesh: Nineteenth- Century Deaf Education and the Growth of Deaf Culture.
Richard Newman,
The Transformation of American Abolitionism
Richard Newman,
Freedom’s Prophet
Joseph Henning,
Outposts of Civilization
Michael Laver,
The Sakoku Edicts and the Politics of Tokugawa Hegemony
Michael Laver,
Japan’s Economy by Proxy in the Seventeenth Century

We are a tight-knit department, whose members have a wide variety of professional and scholarly interests, ranging from the history of gender to the history of computing, from the history of Asia to the history of the United States, from the history of imperialism to the history of baseball. 

We invite you to learn more about us here »

News & Events

May 23
Noon-2 p.m. - Clark Gymnasium
Graduates and their families are welcome and encouraged to attend! Asst'd deli meat and hummus sandwiches on wheat, sourdough, and Kaiser rolls, relish tray, macaroni, potato...
May 23
2:30-4:30 p.m. - Ritter Ice Arena
Each graduate will be individually introduced, recognized and congratulated by his or her dean. Student/Faculty Line-Up Location and Time: Eastman Hall lobby at 2:00 p.m.