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If you find the idea of mysterious medieval manuscripts intriguing, the Department of History and the College of Arts and Sciences Medieval Studies Lecture Series has a treat for you—two lectures in the next week by two world authorities on two fascinating manuscripts!  These lectures are free and open to all.   Wednesday, February 8, […]

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Professor Tom Visser of our Historic Preservation program was recently interviewed on a podcast of the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) of the National Parks Service about the HP program and about his recent book, Porches of North America. Listen to the podcast or read a transcript here!

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“Five Questions With…” is a regular feature on our blog that profiles a member of the UVM history department. To request a profile of a particular history department professor or staff member, or to submit questions for consideration for particular professors, please email history@uvm.edu with the subject line “Five Questions.” This month, we are chatting […]

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We are pleased to announce two upcoming talks on campus by historians, sponsored by our department.  Please join us!

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Book announcement

The history department is pleased to announce the publication of a new book by Professor Patrick Hutton (Emeritus). Patrick H. Hutton. The Memory Phenomenon in Contemporary Historical Writing.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. From the publisher: “In this book, the author provides a comprehensive overview of the intense and sustained work on the relationship between […]

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Here is a listing of history related talks coming up on campus this semester!  Keep an eye out here for further event updates and reminders.   “Reading Thoreau in the 21st Century” The College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Lecture, to be given by Bob Pepperman Taylor, Professor, UVM Department of Political Science Thursday, October […]

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Our department is pleased to announce that Professor Frank Zelko has recently received a Cain Senior Fellowship from the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia, where he will be in residence in spring 2017. The CHF is an archive, library, and museum devoted to the history of chemistry, and the fellowship is also affiliated with the […]

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FLEMING MUSEUM   TODAY AT NOON “Visual Culture & Gay Identities in the 20th and 21st Centuries” Wednesday, February 10, 12:00 PM Paul Deslandes, Associate Professor and Chair, UVM Department of History Focusing on Great Britain and the United States, this illustrated talk focuses on the relationship between gay male identities and visual culture in […]

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