Initiative On Race And Resilience

Notre Dame launches interdisciplinary Initiative on Race and Resilience

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Arts and Letters launches new minor in economic and business history

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Through research and teaching, historian explores how archives shape narratives


History alumna follows her curiosity and ‘growth mindset’ to a career in publishing, artificial intelligence, and podcasts

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An investment banking internship in China showed an A&L student he wanted to pursue a career in finance — and take more history classes

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History and pre-health major travels to London to study rare archives of World War I-era surgeries 

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Q&A with Philip Byers, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History

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History professor and alumnus connect black students to financial services firms — and help them land jobs and internships 

Graduate Writing Prize Winners 2019

Department of History Confers 2019 Graduate Writing Prizes

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Oil and American religion set stage for current political divides, historian finds

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History professor hosts roundtable discussion on digital humanities in early China at the Beijing Global Gateway

Out Of Our Minds Book Launch At The London Global Gateway

Faculty Fellow Felipe Fernandez-Armesto publishes book on the history of human imagination

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Professors Maria McKenna, Richard Pierce tapped to lead AnBryce Scholars Initiative

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Race and ragtime, gender and genre: With NEH fellowship, McKenna explores unexamined history of the American piano

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Two historians named ACLS fellows

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History professor publishes book on the Divine Spark of Syracuse

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Conference Brings Together Experts in Byzantine and Islamic Near East History

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On Capitol Hill, in Hollywood, and in the medical field, Arts and Letters students gain valuable skills and experience through summer internships

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Women Lead 2019: Historian Elisabeth Köll paints intricate picture of China's economic systems

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Historian Paul Ocobock awarded American Historical Association prize for book on the role of age in Kenyan violence