The book group conducts several activities, such as:
In the past, students have decided to have dinner or refreshments together as part of their group activity. It is possible to obtain funds from the Department of History for this purpose.
Groups' special on-going activities include:
Dr. Richard Ugland, the Department's Academic Program Coordinator is the faculty adviser for the Zeta Chapter and thus serves as faculty and departmental sponsor for the History Club.
Bloody Lowndes: Civil Rights and Black Power in Alabama's Black Belt
by OSU History Department's Hassan Jeffries
The Culture of Time and Space
by OSU's Stephen Kern
A discussion session will be held spring quarter, please check back for more details.
A Well-Regulated Militia The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control in America
by OSU's Saul Cornell
A discussion session was held January 16th, with Professor Cornell
Arc of Justice by our own Kevin Boyle.
This book recently won the prestigious National Book Award.
Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond
A discussion session was held on Monday November 29, with OSU’s own professor Dr. Randy Rot.
Truly transnational in approach, Katherine Marino’s dissertation engages US women’s history, the history of feminism and social movements in the...
The Lambda Awards, founded in 1989, are the most prestigious LGBT literary award in the country and seek to demonstrate the importance of LGBT...
Effective in winter quarter 2011, The Division of the Arts and Humanities will no longer allow students to add a course after the second week of the quarter. There will be no exceptions. See attached pdf for more information.
The 2013 scholarship, grant and prize information has been posted: undergraduate | graduate
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