Thank you to all those who dropped by the Scot Center Governance Room on Thursday to support the juniors as they presented their work on Junior IS! Presenters included: Adam Ryan, Emma Swindell, Glenna Van Dyke, Megan Conklin, Milo Hoff, Minh Nguyen, Nicholas Rabaut, Patrick Colwell, Peter Barker, Sam Powers, and Tess Von Wallmenich. Great… Read More
This summer, join Professor Friedman in a Wooster Trek to Israel-Palestine and Jordan! The trip will take place in May and June of 2022. If you would like to learn more, an informational session will take place in Kauke 038 on Monday, December 6th at 7PM.
Thanks to all who turned out for this year’s Halloween party, hosted by Phi Alpha Theta! Great costumes, everyone!
Dr. Jordan Biro Walters is this years recipient of the Experiential Learning Award! Nominated by her colleagues in the history department, Margaret Ng and Christina Welsch, Walters is recognized for being a driving force for experiential learning on campus. She consistently uses experiential learning to enrich the study of history, leveraging site visits, displaying and… Read More
Our next alumni to be featured in our series “Where Are They Now?” is Kenny Libben, class of 2010! He is currently the curator of the Cleo Redd Fisher Museum in Loudonville, Ohio (about 30 minutes south of Wooster), where he oversees the preservation and promotion of the history and cultural heritage of the Mohican area. He is also the co-editor of Voices of Regional… Read More
Come join the information session on Thursday if you’d like to learn more about this spring-summer course on documentary filmmaking & history in Buenos Aires. Info Session: Thursday, October 21 at 11am in APEX Commons HIST 218 – Documentary Filmmaking & History in Buenos Aires (Crosslisted with Communication Studies, GMDS, History, and Latin American Studies)… Read More
Owing largely to the pleasant weather, good food, competitive lawn games, and heartening turnout from both students and faculty, the History Department’s 2021 fall picnic was a great success! The picnic welcomed some Scots back to campus for the first time in over a year and gave prospective history majors an opportunity to mingle with… Read More
It was wonderful seeing so many faces last Friday at the Spring Gathering–in person, no less! Many thanks to all of the students, faculty, and guests who joined us in the surprisingly nice weather. Jackson Stuff, Phi Alpha Theta, and the many others who helped arrange the event did a stupendous job ensuring there was… Read More