History Club


The History Club is a student organization designed to promote the enjoyment of history among OSU students, and to promote interaction among undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty.

To join the e-mail list for updates, email zeide@okstate.edu. Join us!   

History Club members are also encouraged to attend events sponsored by Phi Alpha Theta, OSU's professional history organization. Please see our events page and calendar for more information.                                         

Spring 2018 Semester Schedule
all events Thursday at 5pm unless otherwise noted below

  • Thursday, January 25 – Trivia Night! 5 pm, S. Murray Parlor
  • Thursday February 15 -- Loving movie night with commentary from Dr. Amy Carreiro, 5 pm, Student Union Theatre
  • Monday February 19 -- Panel discussion: "Are American College Campuses Hot-beds of Racism?", 6 pm, S. Murray Parlor
  • Thursday February 22 -- Social meeting, 5 pm, S. Murray Parlor
  • Wednesday, March 7 -- "What Does Food Have to Do With Justice?" Dr. Anna Zeide, S. Murray 035
  • Tuesday, April 3 -- Dr. Carol Anderson discusses her book White Rage, 6 pm, NRC 106
  • Thursday, April 19 -- Book Sale, 9a-4p
  • Saturday, April 21 -- Field Trip to Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, AR to view Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power
  • Friday, May 4 -- History Club-Faculty Bowling Night, 7 pm, Frontier Lanes

Past (Fall 2017) Events

  • Thursday, August 17 – Student Organization Fair, 12-1 pm, Gallagher-Iba
  • Tuesday, August 22 – History Majors Orientation (mandatory), 5 pm, Murray Parlor
  • Friday, August 25 --  History Trivia Night with prizes and food, 6 pm, S. Murray 130 
  • Wednesday, August 30 -- Catherine Seagraves, "From OSU History Major to Foreign Service," 4 pm, Murray Parlor
  • Wednesday, September 13 -- Joel Halcomb, "From OSU History Major to University of East Anglia (Norwich, England) Lecturer" and Phi Beta Kappa induction, 4 pm, Murray Parlor
  • Friday, September 22 -- Panel discussion with Distinguished Alumni Bill Fournet and Matt Stiner, 1 pm, Murray 148
  • Wednesday, September 27 – Book Sale, 9a-4p, Library Lawn (rain location: Murray Parlor)
  • Thursday, September 28 – 12 Years a Slave, with commentary from Dr. Rohrs, 6pm, Murray 148
  • Monday, October 2 – Dr. Jennifer Le Zotte, History of Second-Hand Fashion in the U.S., Murray Parlor, 4 pm
  • Friday, October 13 -- Homecoming Alumni Historical Tours Fundraiser, tours leave S. Murray at 5, 5:50, and 6:30 pm
  • Saturday, October 21 – Field Trip to World War I Museum in Kansas City
  • Thursday, November 16  -- Dr. Doug Miller, History of the Present Lecture, "Indigenous Incarceration: Native American People from Prisoners of War to Prisoners of the Carceral State(s)," 6 pm, Murray Parlor
  • Saturday, December 9 – History Department Holiday Party, 4-6pm, Murray Parlor

History Club Leadership, 2017-2018