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Today (Friday, January 29) the history department will celebrate the many books recently published by members of our department, and their authors.  Members of the UVM community and the general public are cordially invited to join us at 4 PM at Billings Library Apse for free food and brief remarks by several of the authors. […]

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On Friday of this week, the history department will celebrate the many books recently published by members of our department, and their authors.  Members of the UVM community and the general public are cordially invited to join us at 4 PM on January 29 at Billings Library Apse for free food and brief remarks by […]

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On Friday of this week, the history department will celebrate the many books recently published by members of our department, and their authors.  Members of the UVM community and the general public are cordially invited to join us at 4 PM on January 29 at Billings Library Apse for free food and brief remarks by […]

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On Friday of this week, the history department will celebrate the many books recently published by members of our department, and their authors.  Members of the UVM community and the general public are cordially invited to join us at 4 PM on January 29 at Billings Library Apse for free food and brief remarks by […]

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From Professor Sean Field, chair of the Faculty Research Committee of the History Department: Historians are generally measured by the books they publish.  In this regard the UVM Department of History is measuring up very well indeed.   In addition to a steady stream of articles and chapters, department members have published at least nine major […]

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The History Department at UVM is proud of the fact that many of our faculty present historical knowledge and sources in a variety of different ways. Professor Melanie Gustafson has been highly active in a new website on women’s history which was recently launched. Its title is “Click: The Ongoing Feminist Revolution!” The project is […]

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Dear History Readers, As always, our faculty remain highly active in the realm of research. While most publish books and articles, others are also highly active in the Digital Humanities and promoting online modes of scholarship. Professor Nicole Phelps currently authors a blog about her research on the U.S Consular Service. The blog is full […]

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Our own Professor Alan Steinweis just published an op-ed piece about Dr. Ben Carson’s comments on guns and the Holocaust, reminding us not only of the value of historical knowledge and historical perspective but also about how history can occasionally be distorted to serve political ends. Take a look at this piece to see the […]

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Dear History Department Followers, Welcome back to the 2015-2016 academic year. Things are off to a good start this fall and as we get back into the swing of things with our department blog, we wanted to give you an update on what some of our faculty were up to during the summer: Professor Charlie […]

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Hi History Blog Followers, Of course, in the summer many things slow down as faculty and students retreat into private study, research, and rest. Despite this, there is lots of work going on. Just to ensure that our followers are conscious of some recent developments in the history department, we’re posting the following interesting tidbits. […]

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