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The Department's newsletter, History on the Hill, is published every fall. Alumni and friends are encouraged to subscribe. Please see below for more news articles regarding our faculty and students.

Recent News Articles

Kansas African Studies Center receives NEH grant
Kansas African Studies Center receives NEH grant
Kansas African Studies Center receives NEH grantOutstanding undergraduates selected as Hall Center Scholars

Professors discuss fears regarding campus concealed carry

Maybe you aren't what you eat, food and culture scholar says

Spanish Inquisition pornography investigation provides key to how ordinary Europeans read

Book explores diasporas, ethnicities within Soviet Union's history and culture

Distinguished professor David Roediger to dissect, explore concepts of solidarity  (2/15/2016)

Kansas African Studies Center receives NEH grant  (12/15/2015)

Professor Andrew Denning uncovers how Alpine skiiing fundamentally altered Europe's economy and challenged its environment (10/1/15)

Professor Emeritus Norman Saul chronicles forgotten education exchange with Soviets (10/5/15)

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences welcomes new faculty, Professors Beth Bailey, David Farber, and Andrew Denning (9/11/15)

Professor emeritus Norman Saul publishes new collection on Russian-American relations (9/9/15)

Professor David Roediger wins Hall Center non-fiction book award (8/31/15)

Ph.D. candidates Gwyn Bourlakov and George Klaeren awarded Fulbright scholarships (7/31/15)

Holocaust researcher details lives of female Nazi guards (6/17/15)

Outstanding history graduate students receive Hall Center research awards, internships (5/15/15)

Professor Ed Russell details how Native American cotton selection led to Industrial Revolution (5/15/15)

Professor Paul Kelton's new book dispels assumptions on disease and colonization in North America (5/6/15)

Professor Gregory Cushman named one of the first Carnegie fellows (4/22/15)

Professor Beth Bailey joins History Department as one of University's Foundation Professors (3/31/15)

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