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  • History Professor Alexander Bloom

    Publications, honors, and creative works

    Alex Bloom, professor of history, speaks at live forum and radio show at the Providence Athenaeum in Rhode Island. More »
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    Paresky fellow: Jennifer Salazar '10

    Jennifer Salazar '10 pursued her master's degree in education as a Paresky Fellow. More »
  • Publications, honors and creative works: Faculty

    Professor Bloom publishes an article in Four Decades On: Vietnam, the United States, and the Legacies of the Second Indochina War. More »
  • Publications, honors, and creative works: Faculty

    Alexander Bloom, professor of history, presents seminars and talks at the University of Rome. More »
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    Sex and Work

    The U.S. military's recently lifted ban on women on the frontlines has an historical context, according to Professor Tomasek. More »
  • Professor Cathcart

    History professor wins tenure

    Please join us in congratulating Professor Cathcart, awarded tenure by the Wheaton College Board of Trustees on Saturday, February 23. More »
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    Historian Jill Lepore to visit Wheaton

    Harvard historian Jill Lepore will deliver this year's Ruby lecture, "The Meaning of Life: a History" and visit students in Art History and Women's Studies courses. More »
  • Neil Foley

    Miriam Lee Tropp Memorial Lecture

    Award-winning historian Neil Foley will present “Black and Brown in the Racial Borderlands of the American Southwest" tonight, October 24, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. in Mary Lyon Hall 221. More »
  • Prof. Bezís-Selfa authors American Horizons

    John Bezís-Selfa co-authored American Horizons: U.S. History in a Global Context, a textbook published by Oxford University Press on March 1, 2012. Description from Oxford University Press: "American Horizons is the only U.S. History survey text that presents the traditional narrative in a global context. The seven-author team uses the frequent movement of people, goods, […] More »
  • New and Returning Faculty Members

    The History Department is pleased to welcome a number of new and returning faculty members this fall. We welcome Associate Professor Yuen-Gen Liang back from his research leave last spring. We also congratulate him on achieving tenure and promotion. We have a number of new faculty members this fall. Martin Fromm, Mellon Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow, […] More »