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Discussion to Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Coeducation at Notre Dame

Historian Brad Gregory wins inaugural book prize

History Department Launches History 20/20 Series: 20 Alumni/20 Stories to Share

History Major Plus Internship a Powerful Combination

Revisiting America’s Revolutionary Myths and Realities

History Students Expand Horizons in International Exchange

Medievalist Daniel Hobbins To Join Faculty

History Ph.D. Students Awarded Prestigious Fellowships

Between the Brown and the Red: Nationalism, Catholicism, and Communism in 20th Century Poland

History Ph.D. Student Awarded Fulbright to Switzerland

ND Expert: ‘Mexican Spring’ student movement won't have lasting impact

History Major Explores Work of Missionaries in Colonial Peru

Examining Christian perceptions and Muslim identity

Historian Jon Coleman explores a mountain man, a myth and the American West

Notre Dame Magazine receives five medals in CASE awards

In Memoriam: Sabine MacCormack, Hesburgh Professor of Arts and Letters

Recent Graduate Honored by Gilder Lehrman Institute

History faculty win Joyce teaching awards

Historian Jon Coleman Explores a Mountain Man, a Myth, and the American West

Senior Mary Atwood Illuminates Andean Legends

Examining Christian Perceptions and Muslim Identity

Graduate School Honors Two Arts and Letters Professors

Exemplary Undergraduate Research Showcased

Exemplary Undergraduate Teachers and Advisers

Historian Mark Noll Wins Christian Biography Prize

Byzantine Studies at Notre Dame Expands Research Resources

Historian Brad Gregory's New Book Explores “The Unintended Reformation”

The Medieval Institute: A Community of Medievalists