Latest News and Announcements
03/30/2017 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Dr. Lesley Rimmel: "'Refusal to Be Humiliated': German Soldiers, the Great War, and National Socialism"
04/03/2017 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The Magna Carta & the Charter of the Forest
04/03/2017 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
“History in the Legal Professions,” Dr. Josh Tate,
Digital History Projects
OSU Nu Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta undergraduate and graduate students traveled to Weatherford, Oklahoma for the annual Phi Alpha Theta conference on February 25, 2017. OSU Nu Chapter graduate students swept the Graduate American category and took first place in Graduate Non-American. Congratulations to all that attended, presented, and placed.
Emma Fritz- 3rd in Graduate American
"Memory and Adaption: The Cherokee Use of Recollection in the Post-Civil War Era"
David Justice- 2nd in Graduate American
"'Generalissimo Francisco Franco is Still Dead': The Transition of U.S.- Spain Relations in the mid-1970s"
Sarah Barton- 1st in Graduate American
"The Cost of Doing Business: The Clinton Administration and Discrepancies in Federal Cocaine Sentencing"
Cara Menasco- 1st in Graduate Non-American
"Religious Women? Old Babylonian Cloisters and Naditus"
|David Justice, Sarah Barton, Emma Fritz, and Cara Menasco|
Dr. Laura Belmonte, Department Head, shared her thoughts on the legacy of President Barack Obama with Time magazine. Read the full article here.
The OSU History Club had a great time dressing up as various historical characters on Friday, October 21st. If you are interested in being a part of the History Club, visit their Facebook page for more information!
The Spring 2017 competition for history undegraduate and graduate student scholarships, fellowships and awards is now open. Deadline for applications is 12:00 noon on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017. For details about these scholarships,fellowships, and awards, click here (undergraduate) or here (graduate). Download application form here.
Dr. Holly Karibo, assistant professor, received the 2016 Michigan State History Award for University PressBooks, for her first book, Sin City North: Sex, Drugs and Citizenship in the Detroit-Windsor Borderland. For more information, see Brian Perrota's interview with Dr. Karibo on the College of Arts & Sciences website.