Department of History

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 Radio West

Radio West Listen to Isabel Moreira and Margaret Toscano on KUER's Radio West broadcast with Doug Fabrizio. The title of the interview is "Oh Hell."


Heaven's Purge Chair Featured in NYRB. Isabel Moreira's most recent publication is featured in the New York Review of Books. Click here.


 Philip Taft Labor History Award

Associate Professor, Matt Basso, won the 2014 Taft Labor History Book Award for his book Meet Joe Copper. The annual award is granted by Cornell University and the Labor & Working Class History Association. 


Days of '47 Pioneers of Progress Award

We are pleased to announce that Associate Professor Ron Coleman is being honored as one of The Days of '47 2014 Pioneers of Progress for his work in Historic and Creative Arts. These awards honor those who continue Utah’s rich heritage of vision, industry, integrity, sacrifice and courage.


 

 Herbert H. Lehman Prize Winner 

Eric Hinderaker, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, has been chosen by the New York Academy of History to receive the distinguished Herbert H. Leman Prize for scholarship in New York history for his book The Two Hendricks.  


Recent Book Publications

books Click here to see a list of recent book publications authored by our distinguished department faculty.


 

Events


Class Schedules

Click here for a list of Summer and Fall courses and the university general calendar


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Jim The 2014 O. Meredith Wilson Lecture will take place September 18, 2014 at 4pm in CTIHB 109.  
The Foundation of the Earliest States: Grain, Slavery, and "Barbarians". Our guest speaker is Yale Professor James C. Scott


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Peter BoagThe 2014 Bullough Lecture will be presented by Washington State University Professor and Columbia Chair in the History of the American West Peter Boag. The title of his lecture is "Gender, Sexuality, and the Decolonization of the Mythic American West".  The Lecture will take place October 30th at 3:45pm in the CTIHB 101


 

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About the Department


Why Study History?

History provides valuable preparation for careers in university and college teaching and research, primary and secondary education, law, government, public service, journalism, libraries and museums, international business, and medicine [Read More]


 


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Last Updated: 9/2/14