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NEH grant to support new trauma studies minor

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) recently awarded The University of…

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Pirate Histories from the Fifteenth to Twenty-First Century

Scholarship on the global history of piracy (widely defined) is on the…

What are International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month?

Wellspring Associate Professor of History Jan Wilson explains the inspiring origins of…

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History alumni near and far

History alumni John Turner (BA '18) and Hutton Person (BA '16) have…

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War and photography in Mexico

Professor Andrew Wood is conducting research on the Independence War in Mexico…

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Disability, stigma and a new way to view the world

In Becoming Disabled, Wellspring Professor of History Jan Wilson examines disability in…

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Outstanding Teachers 2022

Among the highest forms of recognition that TU can bestow on a…

Civil wars and enlightened eras: Role-playing through it all

Assistant Professor of History Nicole Bauer enhances students’ learning experience by incorporating…

Fall 2021 HST 4853 Seminar on Global Public Health

From cholera to cancer and COVID: Fall 2021 Seminar successfully engages international public health histories

Rutland Professor Andrew Wood’s Fall 2021 HST 4853 Seminar on Global Public…

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Outstanding Researchers 2021

The University of Tulsa's three outstanding researchers for 2021 are exceptional scholars…

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Thomas Buoye: On the cutting edge of Chinese legal history

Associate Professor History Thomas Buoye continues to research and publish on eighteenth-century…

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Nicole Bauer: Curiosity and chiaroscuro in eighteenth-century France

Assistant Professor of History Nicole Bauer's study of secrecy and transparency in…

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Andrew Wood teaches seminar on disaster history

Professor of American History Andrew Wood designed and taught a seminar on…

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Jon Arnold: Gendering Goths and translating Ennodius

Associate Professor of History Jon Arnold continues to study the Goths and…

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Jan Wilson: Reimagining disability and inclusive education

Wellspring Associate Professor of History Jan Wilson is an expert on disability…

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Exploring our hemispheric pasts through TU’s astonishing archival collections

Professors join an initiative, Cultures of the Americas, to breathe new life…

History alumna Lydia Prebish featured in Nine Network Campaign

TU history senior Lydia Prebish was featured in a campaign for Nine…

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Dislocations & Migrations Symposium: Exploring Human Displacement

Deeply rooted in history around the globe, dislocations and migrations uniquely characterize…