Christina Welsch, associate professor of History and South Asian Studies at The College of Wooster, has recently published a book titled The Company’s Sword: The East India Company and the Politics of Militarism, 1644-1858. The book focuses on India’s military and political landscape in the eighteenth century. However, instead of centering the narrative on the… Read More
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
As this semester winds to a close, we would like to highlight all the hard work of the juniors who have overcome the obstacles of a pandemic to produce interesting and insightful Independent Study projects. Visit the History Department Instagram Page at @woohistory to see some examples of the work they have done!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/426342254911518/ See pictures from the event on our Facebook page!
This semester, I have the opportunity of working in the Genealogy department in the Wayne County Public Library. As one of their interns in the department, my task is to look at the Genealogy department’s Wiki page and pick a section/ topic that I am interested in. The topic that I chose was education, with… Read More