Category Archives: faculty teaching

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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Judith Price, 1944 – 2012

The History Department mourns the loss of our long-time instructor and generous benefactor Judith Price. Born in Hawaii, Ms. Price held a long-time interest in the history of East Asia, China and Japan in particular. She received her MA at … Continue reading

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Fountain Cemetery Crawl on KOAA Evening News.

Just a quick followup to our last post: KOAA evening news ran a story featuring the Fountain Cemetery Crawl, which resulted in raising over $2,000 for repairs and installation of security equipment at the cemetery. Read all about it here. … Continue reading

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Welcome Back!

Paul Harvey Welcome back to the 2012-13 school year! All of you who are history majors at UCCS will be getting a “welcome” letter from me (Paul Harvey, Chair of the History Department), but I wanted to supplement that letter … Continue reading

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Excellence in Teaching: The History Department’s Christopher V. Hill, G. Carole Woodall, and Janet Myers Win Major Teaching Awards

In an unprecedented year, three faculty members in the Department of History have won significant campus-wide and college teaching awards. Professor Christopher V. Hill, who teaches and researches in the field of the history of India and environmental history, won … Continue reading

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The Civil War and the Taiping Uprising

Paul Harvey Students in my History 4530 class, the Civil War and Reconstruction era, are learning about what many have called The American Iliad, a titanic struggle costing probably about 750,000 – 850,000 lives (according to the most recent estimates) and permanently … Continue reading

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Spring Courses Still Available

For you undergraduates looking for spring courses, there are plenty with seats still available, on all manner of topics from the Ancient World to the present. Here are a few that might get your attention: History 1000, “Introduction to Historical … Continue reading

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