Monthly Archives: January 2012

Newfangled Weaponry and OldFashioned Civil War: The Civil War Disunion Blog

Paul Harvey Students this semester in History 4530, The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1840-1890, will soon be experimenting with writing blog posts on specific topics related to the Civil War, some of which will be posted here. In the meantime, for … Continue reading

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The Historical Engineering Society meets on Friday, January 20th, from 3:00 to 4:30 pm

The Historical Engineering Society (HES)’s mission is to promote living history, to research historical engineering methods, to advance students’ collaboration and research skills, and to foster collaborations with the local community for the purpose of education and outreach. Currently, the … Continue reading

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Larry Heller and the Art of War: Event on January 25th at Heller Center!

Please join us for a student curated exhibit at the Heller Center for Arts & Humanities on January 25th and January 27th from 3-5pm. We will be displaying the WWII art of Larry Heller in an exhibit entitled “The Art … Continue reading

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So What CAN You Do With a History Major?

Many of you may be graduating this coming semester (and if so, congratulations), and you may be wondering, what can I do with my history major? One answer: a lot more than you might initially think. The well-known historian and … Continue reading

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