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Spotlights from 2019

   (10/18/19)

Celebrating the career of Professor Steve Topik Anteater Historical Reflections on Latin America: A Gathering in Honor of Steven Topik.

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The Year in Review
The Year in Review    (10/18/19)

Click to see the honors earned by our community this year!

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Roving Revolutionaries
Roving Revolutionaries    (10/18/19)

UCI History professor & Meghrouni Family Presidential Chair in Armenian Studies, Houri Berberian, spotlights Armenian revolutionaries in new book.

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History professor Alex Borucki co-leads project adding 11,400 intra-American journeys to Slave Voyages database
History professor Alex Borucki co-leads project adding 11,400 intra-American journeys to Slave Voyages database    (10/18/19)

Blending the power of big data and history, an expanded and redesigned version of Slave Voyages – one of the most utilized resources in the digital humanities – is now available... (Click to read more.)

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Anteater Historical Reflections on Latin America: A Gathering in Honor of  Steven Topik
Anteater Historical Reflections on Latin America: A Gathering in Honor of Steven Topik    (06/11/19)

Join us on Friday, June 7th to learn about Latin American History from UCI History Ph.D. alums and celebrate the career of Professor Steve Topik.

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History Internship Program Applications Open
History Internship Program Applications Open    (05/22/19)

Apply now for the Fall 2019 course "HIST 197: History Internship Program". Info session: April 30th, 3:00pm in KH 200E.

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Undergraduate History Conference
Undergraduate History Conference    (05/22/19)

Join us for our fifth annual showcase of student research on May 16th. Click for presentations and the session schedules.

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The Hearts of Foreigners, How Americans Understand Others
The Hearts of Foreigners, How Americans Understand Others    (04/25/19)

Join us on April 18th for the fifth annual Keith Nelson Lecture in U.S. International History, featuring Thomas Borstelmann (University of Nebraska-Lincoln). Click for details.

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Apply now for the Undergraduate Research Conference
Apply now for the Undergraduate Research Conference    (04/15/19)

All undergraduate students welcome to apply! Click for details.

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Announcing the 2019 Pedagogical Fellows
Announcing the 2019 Pedagogical Fellows    (04/02/19)

Congratulations to History Ph.D. Candidates Clare Gordon and Kyle David for receiving the 2019 Pedagogical Fellows Award!

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Professor Emerita of History is Awarded Top Honor in Field of American Foreign Relations
Professor Emerita of History is Awarded Top Honor in Field of American Foreign Relations    (04/02/19)

Dr. Emily Rosenberg will receive the Norman and Laura Graebner Award by the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations at the SHAFR annual meeting in June.

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Foodie Historian: UCI Ph.D. Candidate Explores American Food Legislation
Foodie Historian: UCI Ph.D. Candidate Explores American Food Legislation    (03/20/19)

Valerie Elwell spoke to Clare Gordon Bettencourt, a University of California, Irvine Ph.D. candidate in History, about her work at the intersection between food, law, history and culture.

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Ruiz receives Apple of Gold for Excellence in Education
Ruiz receives Apple of Gold for Excellence in Education    (01/29/19)

Awarded by the Hispanic Education Endowment Fund, honor recognizes the historian's work in higher ed.

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The Department of History establishes new Career Development Program
The Department of History establishes new Career Development Program    (01/15/19)

After receiving a 2018-20 Career Diversity Implementation Grant from the American Historical Association, the Department of History has established a new Career Development Program under the leadership of Professor Laura Mitchell and PhD student Stephanie Narrow. Click the image for more details.

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Keeping Japan's Past at the Forefront of Scholarship
Keeping Japan's Past at the Forefront of Scholarship    (01/07/19)

UCI Professor Emerita of History funds $2M endowed chair in pre-modern Japanese studies

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Bridging the University and the Public
Bridging the University and the Public    (01/07/19)

Two UCI professors, including History Department Chair Jeffrey Wasserstrom, bring visionaries to campus to discuss urgent, complex issues with UCI's Forum for the Academy & the Public.

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