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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Dr. Rusty Bittermann wins Atlantic Book Award for Historical Writing

Kudos to Professor Bittermann whose Sailor’s Hope: The Life and Times of William Cooper, Agrarian Radical in an Age of Revolution was awarded this year’s Democracy 250 Atlantic Book Award for Historical Writing. Through this prize, the Atlantic Book Awards wish to “recognize an author (or authors) who excels at illuminating the Atlantic region’s vibrant […]

History Department Awards

At the end of each year, the History Department awards a number of prizes to its best students. This year, one student consistently showed top-notch historical inquiry in her courses, and has taken three prizes.  Christina Entz deserves high praises for the quality of her work, and will receive the Connolly Prize for History in […]

New History courses offered in the Fall

Two more history courses have been posted on Web Advisor in the past few days.  They are: HIST 2433: Comparative History of North America –         TTH      8:30 am      Semester 1  (Dr. Bonnie Huskins) This course is designed to acquaint students with broad developments in the history of North America. In the course of studying the […]