Professors D. Evergates, T. Evergates; Associate Professors S. Feeley (Department Chair), P. Miller, and B. Upton; Assistant Professor Q. Fang; Visiting Senior Lecturer J. Zejmis; Visiting Lecturer D. Kern.
T. Evergates: medieval and early modern Europe; D. Evergates: Greek and Roman history, women’s history; Q. Fang: Asia; S. Feeley: early Americas; P. Miller: modern Europe; B. Upton: modern America, African-American history, intellectual history; J. Zejmis: eastern Europe; D. Kern: early modern Europe, Atlantic World
The study of history is an engagement with the past – the individuals, societies, and civilizations that have shaped the modern world. The History Department offers courses in the social, cultural, and political history of the ancient world, America, Europe, and Asia. History majors have gone on to graduate school and to a wide range of careers, including law, business, education, and government.
Other Educational Options in History: Minors in History, American History, and European History, and Classical Civilization. Teacher Certification Secondary (middle/high school) in Social Studies.
In order to graduate with Honors in the History Department a student must
- Earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0
- Achieve a GPA of 3.5 in History courses;
- Achieve a grade of A in the History Colloquium (HIS 4492) and prepare a version of the senior paper for presentation at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Honors Conference;
- Be recommended by the Department of History.
Please see the teacher certification requirements in Social Studies .
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