Books by History Faculty
Featured Classes
Archaeology Lab
A&L Buzz
Books by History Faculty
Featured Classes
Archaeology Lab
A&L Buzz

Featured Classes

 We have a fantastic slate of classes coming up for Spring 2016. Visit our Featured Classes page to learn more.

Women and Human Rights

Eighty percent of the world's refugees are women and children. And as stated by Her Excellency Mary Robinson, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, "Bonded labour and the traffic in women and children have become our modern day versions of slavery."  Learn more.

Nazi Germany

Why did so many Germans turned to National Socialism (Nazism) as a solution to their problems, and what was the specific role of racism within Nazi ideology that ultimately led to the Holocaust? Learn more.

Political Philosophy

Sturggling to understand today's polarized political climate? Time for some political philosophy. Learn more.

Coming This Spring!

Whether you're interested in human rights, science fiction, food and culture, religion, the American legal system, politics, Nazi Germany, or the history of the English language, Arts & Letters has you covered this spring. Check out our featured upcoming classes!

 

Southern Quarterly

The latest Southern Quarterly, edited by University Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. Philip Kolin, investigates the connections between healthcare and Southern culture. Prominent historians of Southern medicine, nursing, nutrition, and race explore such topics as Civil War environmental warfare, Southern vs Northern hospitals during the Civil War, the training of physicians in the 19th century South, the stereotypes behind "Negro medicine," unconventional healthcare practices, and the representation of black physicians in early 20th century Southern literature. Subscribe to the Southern Quarterly or read online at Project Muse.