History is not about memorizing dates and names. It’s about asking “what’s the story so far?”— the big picture of how and why things change.
Students and researchers in the Department of History question everything that humans do, from politics to sex to religion to work to science, and beyond. With this tremendous perspective, it’s no wonder that graduates of history are prepared for careers in politics, law, journalism, education and business.
You can play your part in this story with a gift to the Department of History’s Development Fund. Your support opens a range of opportunities that promote student awards, lectures, seminars and international exchanges that, in turn, help our students and researchers understand our larger, human narrative.
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