Sewanee's history department offers a wide variety of courses dealing with the history of women and gender, Medieval Europe, Russia, the Middle East, East Asia, Southern Africa, Latin America and the colonization of the New World, 19th- and 20th-century pop culture, African Americans in America, and economics and society in the United States during and after Reconstruction.
History Honors Theses to be Presented as Part of Scholarship Sewanee April 26
April 11, 2013
As part of Scholarship Sewanee, History Honors' candidates Katie Brown, Elisabeth Wharton, Robert Allen, Michael Petrosh, Lacy Broemel, Lauren Berny and Peter Sidrys will present their theses at 2:30 p.m. in Walsh-Ellett 210 on Friday, April 26.
Representative Syllabi for Advent 2013 History 100 Courses Now Available
April 10, 2013
Each semester members of the Department of History offer a section of History 100, a "core requirement" that all Sewanee students must complete (unless they are participating in the four-semester Humanities Program) in order to graduate. Most students take this course during the first year.
Goodstein Lecture “When Abortion Was a Crime: The American Past, and Present?”
February 19, 2013
Leslie Reagan, professor of history at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will give the 2013 Goodstein Lecture in Women’s History, “When Abortion Was a Crime: The American Past, and Present?”