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Spotlight on Faculty Research:

Professor Steve Miles: Cleaning up stone inscriptions and rubbing them with flour, in order to be able to read them clearly (Liuzhou Museum, Liuzhou, Guangxi, China).

Spotlight on Graduate Research:

Justin Meyer studies how the Germans invented a history which would provide them with a rich legacy, and how literary sources can be used to map early modern notions of "Germany."

Spotlight on Undergraduate Research:

Click on the "Spotlight" link above for the latest edition of the Gateway History Journal, a student-edited collection of the best undergraduate history writing at Washington University.

Spotlight on Spring 2018 Courses

For a list of our Spring 2018 courses, click on the "Spotlight" link above.

News and Views

October 20, 2017
co-directed by Professor Andrea Friedman and Miranda Rectenwald
October 11, 2017
Winner of the Wesley-Logan Prize

Upcoming Events

Oct
27
Are the U.S. and China Snared in a Thucydides Trap?
DUC 248 @ 1:00 pm
Nov
01
"Controlling Money: Monetary Reforms in Early Eighteenth-Century Japan"
Busch Hall, room 18 @ 3:30 pm
Nov
15
Presentations by Mary Andino and Michael Mendez
Busch Hall, room 100 @ 4:30 pm