Upcoming Events

Fri Mar 27, 2015

Tue Mar 31, 2015

Annual Spring Majors Dinner

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Location: TBD

Students and faculty are invited to join the History Department for our annual Spring Majors Dinner on March 31, 2015.  At this spring celebration of all things history, we plan to unveil the Fall 2015 courses offered by the History Department (before they are listed on insideND) while also inducting the newest members of the Phi Alpha Theta

Thu Apr 23, 2015

Book Launch: Prof. Jim Turner's "Philology"

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Location: TBD

Please join the History Department on April 23, 2015 to celebrate the launch of Professor Jim Turner's latest book Philology...

Fri Apr 24, 2015

Senior Thesis Celebration

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Location: O'Shaughnessy Great Hall

Dean McGreevy would like to celebrate the accomplishments of undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Letters by hosting a reception for students who have completed a senior thesis project, as well as their thesis directors or mentors.

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Tue Apr 28, 2015

Dilenschneider Lecture: "States" with Prof. James Sheehan

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Location: Eck Visitors Center

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The Department of History invites faculty, students, and staff to join us for the first lecture of the 2015 Dilenschneider Lecture Series in History: The Making of Modern Political Order, "States".

James J. Sheehan is Dickason Professor in the Humanities and Professor of History emeritus at Stanford University. He has written five books and edited several others, mostly on German history in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In 2000, he published Museums and the German Art World

Wed Apr 29, 2015

Dilenschneider Lecture: "Nations" with Prof. James Sheehan

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Location: TBD

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The Department of History invites faculty, students, and staff to join us for the second lecture of the 2015 Dilenschneider Lecture Series in History: The Making of Modern Political Order, "Nations".

James J. Sheehan is Dickason Professor in the Humanities and Professor of History emeritus at Stanford University. He has written five books and edited several others, mostly on German history in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In 2000, he published Museums and the German Art World

Thu Apr 30, 2015

Dilenschneider Lecture: "The Problem of the Nationstate" with Prof. James Sheehan

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Location: Eck Visitors Center

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The Department of History invites faculty, students, and staff to join us for the third lecture of the 2015 Dilenschneider Lecture Series in History: The Making of Modern Political Order, "The Problem of the Nationstate".

James J. Sheehan is Dickason Professor in the Humanities and Professor of History emeritus at Stanford University. He has written five books and edited several others, mostly on German history in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In 2000, he published Museums and the German Art World