Sewanee’s history professors reflect diverse approaches to the study of the past with concentrations in the history of women, medieval Europe, Russia, Southern Africa, Latin America and the colonization of the Americas, 19th- and 20th-century popular culture, politics and the military, African Americans, and economics and society during and after the Reconstruction, among others.

Upcoming Events

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The History Brown Bag Luncheon Series - slavery: integral to early capitalism?
January 19, 2016
Conversations Beyond the Classroom - Don't miss this great opportunity to talk together about what it means to make History at Sewanee.
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Carmen McEvoy: Faculty publication in the Library
November 4, 2015
The Library has recently received the following book with a chapter by Carmen McEvoy, Professor of History.
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Cultivating the Ideal Citizen: Childhood, Space and Design in Enlightenment Pedagogy
October 14, 2015
On Friday, October 23rd, at 3 pm in Gailor Auditorium, Dr. Diana Ramirez-Jasso will give a public lecture called: “Cultivating the Ideal Citizen: Childhood, Space and Design in Enlightenment Pedagogy”
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