Welcome to the Department of History at DePaul. Our department offers a full, rich curriculum in undergraduate and graduate education. More than 30 full and part-time outstanding faculty offer day and night courses on the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses, as well as online.
In addition to its strong undergraduate program with concentrations in public history, pre-law, secondary education, as well as a standard concentration, the department offers a standard minor, a minor in the History of Law, a minor in Museum Studies, a graduate degree (MA), and several five-year combined BA/MA degree options, all of which have the potential for exciting career opportunities (see Why Major in History).
Department of History, Howard O. Lindsey Black History Month Lecture: Dr. Winston James (History, UC Irvine), "The Black Radical Tradition." This talk is part of the Organization of American Historians Distinguished Speaker Series
Please join us for the second film screening in the Critical Issues in Education 2017 Film Series: In the Game. This is a free event, open to all DePaul students, faculty, and staff.
Dr. Manisha Sinha (U. Mass. Amherst, Afro American Studies; History) book talk and signing The Slave’s Cause: A History of Abolition (Yale, 2016).
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.