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  • 2017 Women's History Month Lecture

    This event is a lecture by Dr. Emily Romeo titled "Fighting for their Families: Anglo-American Women and Indian War in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts." Dr. Romeo completed her MA in History at DePaul before going on to U Chicago for a PhD (“The Virtuous and Violent Women of Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts”). She currently teaches in the History Department at DePaul University and for the Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences (MAPSS) at the University of Chicago. 

    Location: TBA
  • Crossing Boundaries: Fourth Annual LAS Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference

    The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences presents a conference showcasing work by graduate students from across its many departments and programs.

    Location: McGowan South
  • Student History Conference

    The Department of History's 13th Annual Student History Conference.

Department Newsletters

The 2016 history department newsletter is now available online and in print. You can download the 2016 History Department newsletter​ or pick up a copy anytime in the department office.  

Download the 2015 History Department Newsletter​ or pick up a copy of it in our office.

News from the Public History Concentration

HST 360: Doing Digital History has been approved for credit in the Public History Concentration (PHC). Credit toward your PHC requirements may not automatically appear on your Degree Progress Report, however, so if you took this course and want it to count, contact Professor Amy Tyson so she can ensure you receive proper credit.

Report Finds History Majors are Highest Earners in Humanities

A report from the Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University finds that history majors are the highest earners among humanities majors. You can learn more about the report here.