History hosts international conference

Thursday, June 18 2015 - Saturday, June 20 2015

The Department and the College of Letters and Science hosted Attending to Early Modern Women June 18-20, an international interdisciplinary conference of scholars interested in women, gender, and sexuality in the early modern period, held every three years. This year’s conference theme was “It’s About Time,” and participants examined memory, life-writing, women’s and men’s experiences of time, legacies, the life-cycle, and metaphors of time, among other topics.

Kevin Kolesari publishes paper

Kevin Kolesari, a recent graduate, published an article that began as a research paper written in the department’s History 600 capstone course,

Dawson Barrett (PhD 2013) book tour

Dawson Barrett (PhD 2013), will be on tour this summer promoting his new book, Teenage Rebels: Stories of Successful High School Activists from the Little Rock 9 to the Class of Tomorrow.