Research

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Publication News

William Okie had the article “The Thin Ripe Line: Watermelons, Pushcarts, and the Distribution of Modern Food” published in Acquired Tastes: Stories about the Origins of Modern Food. - August 2021

Caroline Conner had the article "Whitewashing U.S. History: The Marginalization of Latinx in the Georgia Standards of Excellence" published in the Journal of Latinos and Education. - August 2021

Paul Dover had the article “Variété et abondance. La copia et l’histoire de l’Europe des débuts de l’époque moderne” published in Cahiers d’histoire. Revue d’histoire critique. - August 2021

Silke Zoller had the book To Deter and Punish: Global Collaboration Against Terrorism in the 1970s published by Columbia University Press. - August 2021

Amy Dunagin had the articles "Opera, War, and the Politics of Effeminacy under Queen Anne" and "Introduction: Consuming Foreign Music and Theater in Eighteenth-Century Britain" published in Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture - June 2021

Silke Zoller had the article "The Swift Response to the Belarus Plane Hijacking Signals a Historic Shift" published in The Washington Post. - June 2021

  • Faculty Publications

Student Research

    • HIST 4495 - U.S. History
      • This seminar introduces students to the historiography of a particular topic or theme in US History. It requires students to develop an original research paper on the topic or theme using primary and secondary sources and reflecting standard practices within the discipline. 
    • HIST 4496 - European History 
      • This seminar introduces students to the historiography of a particular topic or theme in European History. It requires students to develop an original research paper on the topic or theme using primary and secondary sources and reflecting standard practices within the discipline
    • HIST 4497 - Non-Western History
      • This seminar introduces students to the historiography of a particular topic or theme of a particular region in the non-Western world. It requires students to develop an original research paper on the topic or theme using primary and secondary sources and reflecting standard practices within the discipline. 
    • HIST 4498 - World History
      • This seminar introduces students to the historiography of a particular topic or theme in World History, using the approaches of cross-cultural, transnational, or transregional history. It requires students to develop an original research paper on the topic or theme using primary and secondary sources and reflecting standard practices within the discipline.
  • Each year the department offers the Ann W. Ellis Pullen Award to the undergraduate student with the best research paper. The winner is chosen by the History Department faculty members.

 

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