Talk on Women and War By Distinguished Historian – Tuesday, September 10 @ 4:00PM

Please join us for the inaugural Hayden Schilling Lecture, a talk by the distinguished historian, Susan Grayzel, on women’s experience in the First World War. The event, open to the public, will take place on Tuesday, September 10 at 4:00 pm in the Lean Lecture Room. Grayzel is Professor of History at Utah State University,… Read More

Café Bob session Thursday, October 5 on Engaging History: Summer Experiences

The first Café Bob of the 2016-2018 school year will take place on Thursday, October 5 at 11 a.m.: Engaging History: Summer Experiences (KAU Tower). During the summer of 2017, several history majors continued their history education by studying abroad in Indonesia, working as research assistants for the Wooster Digital History Project, and participating in living history… Read More

Model UN Information Session Wednesday

History students, I write to share this announcement from Dr. Kille in Political Science: The Model United Nations informational meeting is this Wednesday August 30 at 5:30pm in Kauke 038.  All students with an interest are welcome to attend. This semester the team will be representing Denmark at the American Model United Nations held in… Read More

History Career Workshop

The Department of History and APEX present a History Career Workshop. Thursday, April 6  11:00-11:50am in the Kauke Tower Receive advice from APEX about converting the skills you’ve developed in History into marketable qualities for your future career goals.  Bring your resumes for advice, or get started!

Sept. 29 Café Bob on History Student Summer Experiences

The first Café Bob of the 2016-2018 school year will take place on Thursday, September 29, at 11:00 a.m. in Kauke Tower (room 305), and will feature student presenters sharing their history-related summer experiences. Jacob Kowall ’17, a History and English double major, will share his experience as an intern at the Smithsonian National Museum… Read More

Kendall-Rives Latin American Research Grant

The Kendall-Rives Latin American Research Grant makes approximately $10,000 available each year to Wooster sophomores or juniors to support a research project on some aspect of United States-Latin American Relations. Funds are to be used during the current academic year, including the summer months. Research projects must be conducted in a Latin American country in… Read More

Emeritus Professor Gedalecia Featured in Article

Emeritus Professor David Gedalecia is featured in an article highlighting his contributions to the University of Chicago’s Folk Fest. “Where Fun Goes to Jam: UChicago’s Chapter in American Folk” discusses the interesting history of the festival and its changes over the years. Read more here: