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Advice & Tips
Take it straight from these history majors: their senior seminar experiences are something they’ll carry with them long after Denison.
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Awards & Honors
Department of History student scholarship/awards recipients, fellows and Phi Alpha Theta Members.
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Raymond Marolt '14
Alumni
Raymond Marolt '14 visited with Global Commerce and History majors on Zoom to share his pro-tips about building foreign policy-related careers.
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Senior student researchers with t-shirts that read "My research is history"
Internships
We are celebrating our senior history majors who conquered the challenge of independent year-long research projects during a Covid year.
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Prof. Karen Spierling
Prof. Karen Spierling shares an op-ed about the value of embracing liberal arts skills while stepping into professional settings.
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Faculty
In a recent op-ed, Professor Karen Spierling discusses why we need the liberal arts to achieve stakeholder capitalism.
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Faculty
Associate Professor Lauren Araiza's recent op-ed on fighting racism with cross-racial solidarity. We Must Fight Racism With Cross-Racial Solidarity
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Alumni
History major Bobby Rahal '75 has made his own history as a successful race car driver.
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Recognition & Accolades
Abdi Ali '13 has been nominated for 2021 Black Excellence Award from The Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus.
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Alumni
Rick Brewer '16, a producer at Iowa Public Radio, has created Let’s Reminisce to demonstrate the power of family stories for future generations.
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Karen Spierling
COVID-19 presents new opportunities for teamwork in academic settings write Global Commerce directors Karen Spierling and Jane Palmer.
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Students working together
Faculty
How we train business leaders needs to change—and higher education needs to step up.
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Prof. Adam Davis
Scholarship and teaching are enriched via intellectual community, says Prof. Adam Davis, sharing ways to enhance dialogue in today's environment.
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Awards & Honors
Department of History student scholarship/awards recipients, fellows and Phi Alpha Theta Members
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Internships
Summer scholar research projects completed in the history department in Summer 2020.
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Con La Union de Campesinos Tendremos Papeles
Faculty
A partnership between the Black Panther Party and the United Farm Workers has paid off.
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Ben Minor '03
Alumni
"Leaders embrace ownership," says History major and former Marine Ben Minor 03, one of five life leadership lessons he shares.
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Monument
We have forgotten the history behind Lafayette Square says Aurélia Aubert, incoming visiting assistant professor.
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Professor Karen Spierling
Faculty
Denison University Professor of History Karen Spierling has been honored with the 2020 Bonar Award for exemplary teaching and mentoring
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Adam Davis
Faculty
History major Rick Brewer ' 16 interviewed his former professor Adam Davis on Iowa Public Radio.
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Daniel Doepper '60
Alumni
Historian Daniel Doepper '60 has received the Philippine National Book Award in history for his book "Feeding Manila in Peace and War, 1850-1945."
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Doane Admin Building
Denison University announces faculty who have been promoted to full professor.
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Professor Megan Threlkeld
Introducing the Michael G. and Barbara W. Rahal Professorship in History at Denison University.
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Awards & Honors
Three Denison students have been honored for work in humanities with the Megan Lisska and Elin Lisska Christensen Award.
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2020 tenured professors
Faculty
Welcome to the Spring 2020 newly tenured professors at Denison University.
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church
Faculty
In times of crisis, churches have long served as hospitals says Professor Adam Davis.
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Karen Spierling
In the face of the coronavirus outbreak, Prof. Karen Spierling focuses on the value proposition of a liberal arts education.
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Adam Davis
Faculty
Professor of History Adam Davis has written a new book on the rise of the hospital during Europe’s first great age of commerce.
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Faculty
During 2019, three members of the History Department published books that are shaping scholarly discussions in their fields of historical research.
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Faculty
"What are the chances that the world can survive increasing globalization without the humanities?" asks Prof. Karen Spierling.
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