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Congratulations to Professor Hugh Cagle, winner of the 2019 Leo Gershoy Award

The American Historical Association has awarded Professor Cagle's new book, "Assembling the Tropics", with the Leo Gershoy Award. The book is available for purchase on Amazon - check it out!

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Campus Innovators features History Graduate Students Julia Huddleston and Emily Larsen

Julia Huddleston and Emily Larsen independently proposed projects that mine both the Museum’s and the Library’s collections to investigate women’s roles in Utah history in distinctly different ways.

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Professor Reeve's Digital Article Published

Current Research in Digital History is an annual open-access, peer-reviewed publication of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. It just published Professor Paul Reeve's short digital article featuring Century of Black Mormons!

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Congratulations to Professor Hugh Cagle, winner of the 2019 Leo Gershoy Award

The American Historical Association has awarded Professor Cagle's new book, "Assembling the Tropics", with the Leo Gershoy Award. The book is available for purchase on Amazon - check it out!

Read more

Campus Innovators features History Graduate Students Julia Huddleston and Emily Larsen

Julia Huddleston and Emily Larsen independently proposed projects that mine both the Museum’s and the Library’s collections to investigate women’s roles in Utah history in distinctly different ways.

Read more

Professor Reeve's Digital Article Published

Current Research in Digital History is an annual open-access, peer-reviewed publication of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. It just published Professor Paul Reeve's short digital article featuring Century of Black Mormons!

Read more

Congratulations to Professor Hugh Cagle, winner of the 2019 Leo Gershoy Award

The American Historical Association has awarded Professor Cagle's new book, "Assembling the Tropics", with the Leo Gershoy Award. The book is available for purchase on Amazon - check it out!

Read more

Campus Innovators features History Graduate Students Julia Huddleston and Emily Larsen

Julia Huddleston and Emily Larsen independently proposed projects that mine both the Museum’s and the Library’s collections to investigate women’s roles in Utah history in distinctly different ways.

Read more

Professor Reeve's Digital Article Published

Current Research in Digital History is an annual open-access, peer-reviewed publication of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. It just published Professor Paul Reeve's short digital article featuring Century of Black Mormons!

Read more

Last Updated: 10/1/19