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Randy Roth Weighs In On Mass Murder's History

August 14, 2019
Randy Roth
In a new article, "How Technology Shapes Mass Murder," written by Jeff Grabmeier, history Professor Randy Roth talks of the history of mass murder in American and what the government has done in the past to help prevent it.

Congratulations to Katie Lang

August 9, 2019
Congratulations

Congratulations to Katie Lang who successfully defended her dissertation, "Caledonian Coast: Ecological Transformation and Conservation of Scottish Waters and Shores" this afternoon. Her committee members are Professors Chris Otter, Bart Elmore and Nicholas Breyfogle. Well done, Katie!

Zack Matusheski Researches at Univ. of Oklahoma Archives

July 25, 2019
Zack Matusheski

Zack Matusheski recently took a research trip to the University of Oklahoma's Western History Collection. He says, "I worked on Patrick J. Hurley's papers. Dwight Eisenhower served Hurley in the early 1930s. Later Hurley served as ambassador to China towards the end of World War II.

Nikki Freeman Researching in Jerusalem

July 25, 2019
Nikki Freeman

PhD Candidate Nikki Freeman is in Jerusalem at Yad Vashem doing research for her dissertation on the care and education of Jewish children in Poland after the Holocaust. She received a two-week Yad Vashem research fellowship to conduct research and present her project at a workshop.

Joan Cashin Quoted on Female Historians

July 25, 2019
Professor Joan Cashin

Professor Joan Cashin was recently quoted in the article, "It's not just Sarah Milov. Female academics aren't credits in media 'all the time.'" in The Lily.

Carter Findley Wins Pioneer in World History Award

July 10, 2019
Dr. Carter V. Findley

Professor Emeritus Carter V. Findley received the “Pioneer in World History” award from the World History Association at its annual convention in San Juan, PR in June. Congratulations, Professor Findley!

 

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