Monthly Archives: July 2013

Bombs, Bullets, and Brotherhood: new course on the History of American Labor for Fall 2014

NEW COURSE OFFERING: HIST 3000-006: Bombs, Bullets, and Brotherhood: The History of American Labor What does Labor Day mean to you–backyard barbecues and a day off from work?  How has the nature and meaning of work changed over time? What was … Continue reading

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Department Makes New York Times

This fall, department chair Paul Harvey will be teaching Hist 3550, “Religion and American Culture, 1500-2000.” One of the most interesting developments in this field recently has been the resurrection of studies of “mainline Protestantism” — the kinds of Presbyterians, … Continue reading

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Bigwigs and Benefactors: CFP, due August 31, 2013

Please click on the images below for the flyer and information about submitting paper proposals for the 11th Annual Pike’s Peak History Symposium, to be held in June 2014. The theme is “bigwigs and benefactor’s of the Pike’s Peak Front … Continue reading

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Civil War Graduate Readings Seminar, Fall 2013

For those interested in History 6630, the Graduate Readings Seminar in the Civil War and Reconstruction, the syllabus may be found here (click on the first link on that page). so you can see what we’ll be doing and, if interested, even get … Continue reading

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HISTORY 1000 — TAUGHT BY MR. CHRIS BAIRN, FALL 2013: Do you ever feel overwhelmed when it comes to writing?  Did you used to love to write, but assignments and grades made you dread facing the blinking cursor on the … Continue reading

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