Corinne Cox '14, a History major and recipient of the William T. Utter Memorial Prize for best Senior History Thesis, explains why Denison's History Department is the place to be.
Renowned author Ann Hagedorn ’71 has published her fifth book — hailed as brilliantly researched, vividly written, essential reading and “one of the most anticipated books coming this fall.”
The latest piece of art by Rob Firmin ’70 and his sculpting partner Eugene Daub—a nine-foot-tall bronze commemorating Rosa Parks—was unveiled this year in the U.S. Capitol’s National Statuary Hall.
Adam Davis is a historian whose research causes him to straddle centuries on a daily basis. Now, the associate professor has received a yearlong fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities to dig deeper into the 12th and 13th centuries in Champagne, France.
To March for Others , by Dr. Lauren Araiza, explores the reasons why black activists, who were committed to their own fight for equality during this period, crossed racial, socioeconomic, geographic, and ideological divides to align themselves with a union of predominantly Mexican American farm workers in rural California.