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Spotlight on Faculty Research:

Maggie Garb, research on African American politics in the 19th & 20th centuries.

Spotlight on Graduate Research:

Muey Saeturn, graduate student in African History, in Chavakali Region, Western Kenya, 2011

Spotlight on Undergraduate Research:

Click here for the latest edition of the Gateway History Journal, a student-edited collection of the best undergraduate history writing at Washington University

Spotlight on Fall 2014 Courses

For a list of our Fall 2014 Courses, click on "Courses" above, then choose "2014-Fall" from the drop-down menu.

Welcome from the Chair

Through research, teaching, publishing, and public service, the History Department at Washington University situates itself at the core of the university. We are committed to a comprehensive and diverse curriculum for undergraduates, which not only imparts important knowledge about the past, but cultivates skills that are crucial for life and work in today's twenty-first century world: research, analysis and interpretation, argument, and clear writing.

Upcoming Events

Oct
31
Artifacts as Evidence: The Material Record of Politics
Umrath Lounge @ 9:00 am
Oct
31
U.S. - China Relations vis-a-vis Africa
DUC, room 239 @ 1:00 pm
Nov
01
Artifacts as Evidence: The Material Record of Politics
Umrath Lounge @ 9:30 am
Nov
04
Keynote Speaker - George Lipsitz, Professor of Black Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
Umrath Lounge @ 5:00 pm