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  • Dana Polanichka returns from leave

    Dana Polanichka has just returned from a year-long leave in which she both drafted a biography of an early medieval woman and engaged in collaborative research with current History major and Wheaton senior Alora Buxton exploring a ninth-century handbook written by a mother for her son. More »
  • New Publication in the Journal of Military History

    Anni Cecil has published an article, "The Abolition of the U.S. Army Canteen, 1898-1914," in the July 2016 edition of the Journal of Military History More »
  • Visiting Faculty joining Department for Fall Semester

    Two visiting faculty will be offering new courses: Trais Pearson will teach Chinese History and First-Year Seminar, and Pelin Kadercan will teach Early Islamic Societies and European Fascism. More »
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    Publications, honors and creative works: Alumnae/i

    Valerie Ogden ’61 publishes a book on Bluebeard with the History Publishing Company. More »
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    Publications, honors and creative works: Alexander Bloom

    History professor Alexander Bloom connects Lincoln, Obama, and the 1960s in his recent article, published in Modes and Facets of the American Scene. More »
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    Teaching exchange

    Teaching fellow Laura Perille will use her background in the liberal arts to teach Cross-Cultural Interactions in the Early Modern World this spring. More »
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    New fall courses

    Two new courses, Early Islamic Societies and Modern China, added this fall. More »
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    Teaching exchange

    Laura Perille, Ph.D. joins the History department as part of the the Brown-Wheaton Teaching Fellowship program. More »
  • 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 »