Origins Publishes New iBook

January 2, 2019
War and Geopolitics in the Middle East
War & Geopolitics in the Middle East: Today & Yesterday, a new iBook by Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective, has just been published.
There is perhaps no other part of the world as important to international affairs as the Middl

Mytheli Sreenivas Featured in "Voices of Excellence" Podcast

January 2, 2019
Mytheli Sreenivas
In the latest Voices of Excellence from Arts & Sciences, Mytheli Sreenivas, Associate Professor of History and Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies, describes her research and her award-winning book, Wives, Widows, Concubines: The Conjugal Family Ideal in Colonial India.

Bruno Cabanes Guest on Le Grande Librairie

December 14, 2018
Bruno Cabanes
History Professor Bruno Cabanes was a guest last Wednesday on the French television program "Le Grande Librairie" speaking about his book, "A History of War."
The episode was described in this way, "To understand history, it is often necessary to observe wars and conf

Scott Levi Interviewed by CESS

December 14, 2018
Scott Levi

The blog of the Central Eurasian Studies Society recently caught up with history Chair and Professor Scott Levi about his book, "The Rise and Fall of Khoqand, 1709-1876: Central Asia in the Global Age." The full interview is available

The Passing of Donald Bolon Cooper

December 12, 2018
In remembrance

It is with sadness that we share the news that our emeritus colleague Don Cooper passed away on December 11th. He retired from OSU in 2002 having served thirty-three years on our faculty as a specialist in Latin American history. 


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