There’s always something new going on in the History Department.
Lori Daggar will join 13 other early American history professors during a two-week, in-residence summer seminar for three years at Knox College in Illinois.
June 29Students spent a few weeks unearthing history at the Speaker’s House on Main Street in neighboring Trappe during a special summer course, “Historical Archaeology Field School.”
April 16Two Ursinus students presented papers and two participated in a study-abroad roundtable at the annual undergraduate research conference of the Greater Philadelphia Asian Studies Consortium. One student, Rosendo Lopez-Duran, was awarded a prize for one of the outstanding papers at the conference.
February 21st, 2019
Feb212019 7:00pmBlack Women’s Community Building And Activism In The Black Power MovementBears’ Den, Wismer Center
February 27th, 2019
Feb272019 6:45pmColleges Have 99 Problems (But Political Correctness Ain’t One)Lenfest Theater, Kaleidoscope Performing Arts Center
March 28th, 2019
Mar282019 4:30pmControversy And Community In Schools: American Indian Education Policies In Historial PerspectiveBears’ Den, Wismer Center