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Oral History Interviews on the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Acclaimed historian, former A&L dean John McGreevy elected Notre Dame’s provost

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John Deak wins NEH grant for project that seeks to disrupt understanding of why the Habsburg Empire crumbled

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Ian Ona Johnson wins book award and research grant for his efforts to fill in major gaps in understanding of 20th-century international relations 

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Notre Dame historian, architecture scholar wins Silvers-Dudley Prize honoring nearly three decades of excellence in arts writing

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Katie Jarvis wins NEH fellowship for research on forgiveness in Revolutionary France

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Kathleen Sprows Cummings, 2021 Sheedy Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient, lauded for making history ‘come alive with connections from today’

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Associate professor awarded fellowship at prestigious Institute for Advanced Study

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In memoriam: Walter Nugent, the Andrew V. Tackes Professor Emeritus of History

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With NSF-funded research, historian Ted Beatty aims to show how engineers rose in prominence and shaped the modern world

Nicholas Roberts

A Q&A with Nicholas Roberts, history Ph.D. alumnus

Ian Johnson Interview

Historian offers first deep dive into secret German-Soviet alliance that laid groundwork for World War II

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Historian Patrick Griffin elected to the American Antiquarian Society

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Historian receives grant from Austrian Research Foundation to explore ‘crossroads of cultures’ in medieval Turkey

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Combining his passions for English, history, and teaching, senior Julian Bonds plans for a career in education

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How the liberal arts instilled curiosity, boldness, and fearlessness in a history and Japanese student — and carried her from USA Today to Hollywood red carpets

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Notre Dame launches interdisciplinary Initiative on Race and Resilience

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Exploring a new language leads history and political science senior to valuable research and international experiences — and a third major

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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