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Horowitz Awarded Rosenberg Prize

Roger Horowitz, director of Hagley Museum and Library’s Center for the History of Business, Technology and Society and an adjunct History faculty member at the University of Delaware, is the Read More

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MuseWeekly

MuseWeekly is an e-newsletter published each week by the University of Delaware Museum Studies Program. It is an important career tool for students and others interested in the museum industry. Read More

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Matson Publishes Three Articles

Cathy Matson, Richards Professor of American History, has published three articles recently.  One, “Putting the ‘Lydia’ to Sea: The Material Economy of Shipping in Colonial Philadelphia,” appeared in The William and Read More

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History Professors in the News

Eve E. Buckley discusses the obstacles she faced while conducting research in Brazil for her recent book, Technocrats and the Politics of Drought and Development in Twentieth-Century Brazil,  in a Read More

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The Other Iran

Join us for this free public event today MONDAY, NOV. 6, 2017 4:00 – 5:30 PM, 308 GORE HALL. The UD Center for Global and Area Studies and UD Islamic Read More

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Nov. 2, 2017 – Russian Revolution Commemoration

The University of Delaware will hold a daylong symposium, including a Department of History public lecture and an exhibition of revolutionary posters, marking the centennial of the Russian Revolution on Read More

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Alumna Sam Constantine pens “Delaware Voices” article

The opinion piece “SEED Scholarship Works for Students ‘In the Middle,” written by AAP alumna Samantha Constantine and AAP Director David Satran, appeared in Delaware Online on Sept. 8 and the Sept. Read More

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Professor Maloba Writes Two Kenyatta Books

Wunyabari (W.O.) Maloba, professor and chair of Africana studies and professor of history at UD, is the author of two new books on the history of Kenya and its founding Read More

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Students’ Writing to be Published

Under the supervision of Anne M. Boylan, professor emerita of history, five students enrolled in Carl Suddler’s spring semester African American Women’s History course researched and wrote short biographical sketches of Delaware’s African Read More

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History Alumnus Alan Meyer’s Upcoming Hagley Author Talk

Alan Meyer is a longtime private pilot who received his Ph.D. in history from the University of Delaware. Currently he is associate professor of history at Auburn University. In his upcoming Read More

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