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History in the Digital Age

Disposable America is a collection of material culture related research and essays by graduate students that explore production, consumption, and waste in the U.S.  Graduate students in Katherine C. Grier’s Read More

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CCP Celebrates Birthday of Frederick Douglass

The Colored Conventions Project celebrated the 199th birthday of abolitionist Frederick Douglass by hosting a transcribe-a-thon. The Colored Conventions Project is a digital humanities project, founded by department professor P. Gabrielle Foreman, Read More

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Women’s History Through Film Series

Please join us for the 31st year of the Women’s History Through Film Series. The films will be screened each Monday from Feb. 20 to March 20 in 206 Kirkbride Read More

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History Workshop, Spring 2017

Please join us for our Spring 2017 History Workshop Series. This semester we are hosting a number of scholars from diverse backgrounds who will present their works in progress and current Read More

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New York Times article featuring Erica Armstrong Dunbar

  Never Caught: The Washingtons’ Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave Ona Judge by Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Blue and Gold Distinguished Professor of Black American Studies and History was published Read More

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Forum on Bigotry and Closed Borders

The Departments of Women and Gender Studies, Political Science and IR, Sociology and Criminal Justice, and History are holding a Forum to help students and members of the community understand Read More

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Jeff Forret wins Frederick Douglass Book Prize

University of Delaware alumnus (History Ph.D., 2003) Jeff Forret, professor of history at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, has been selected as the winner of the 2016 Frederick Douglass Book Read More

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David Pong to discuss Pacific World War II memorials

David Pong, professor emeritus of history and founder of the University of Delaware’s Asian Studies Program, will present a visual lecture, “Memorializing War and Peace in Asia,” from noon-1:30 p.m., Read More

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Lisa Minardi to appear on A Taste of History

Lisa Minardi, a Ph.D candidate in the Program in American Civilization, will be appearing on the Emmy Award-winning television series A Taste of History in the spring of 2017. A Read More

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Ai Hisano on her dissertation

Ai Hisano (Ph.D, 2016) recently wrote about her dissertation/book project “Eye Appeal Is Buy Appeal”: Business Creates the Color Foods on the blog Process History which is run by the Organization Read More

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History Department Bloggers

Faculty Dr. Ann Boylan, Professor Emerita of History, writes about topics related to women’s rights in American history for the Oxford University Press blog. Ann Boylan at OUPblog Dr. Katherine Read More

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