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History Instagram!

6 October 2020

You are invited to visit our History Instagram!

screenshot of the historian instagram page

Lefler Speakers-Fall 2020

6 October 2020

Public Reckoning with the Troubled Past: Fall 2020 Lefler Lectures. Sponsored by the Herbert P. Lefler Speaker Fund and the Broom Fellowship for Public Scholarship

2020 Fall Lefler Talks

Tuesday, Sept. 24th, History’s Annual Fall Apple Pie Party!

19 September 2019

Everyone is invited to History’s Annual Fall Welcome Back party to introduce our new SDAs, new faculty, and welcome back faculty and majors!

2019 welcome back party poster

Wednesday, Oct 2nd, Rice County Historical Society Event

19 September 2019

Precious and Adored: The Love Letters of Rose Cleveland and Evangeline Simpson Whipple, 1890-1918. A Discussion with authors Tilly Laskey and Lizzie Ehrenhalt.

Introducing Carleton’s Inaugural Distinguished Ott Family Lectureship

5 June 2019

Established in Spring 2019, the Distinguished Ott Family Lectureship was designed to benefit the Carleton student academic experience by bringing outstanding guests to campus to lecture on topics highlighting the intersection between history and economics.

Seungjoo Yoon and Christopher Issett

2019 History Comps Presentations, May 9th, 2019

9 May 2019

Today, Thursday, May 9th, 2019, our very exciting History Comps presentations took place at the Gould Library Athenaeum at Common Time. Our first speaker was introduced by Professor Thabiti Willis.…

2019 comps preseners and faculty

Upcoming Talk at UMN

18 February 2019

Roger Launius, retired NASA historian and Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum curator, will be giving a presentation called “Why Go to the Moon? Apollo, the Space Race, and the…

Ted Mullin Talks 2019

12 February 2019

Great talks last week from Aaron Sparby and Russell Li, this year’s recipients of the Ted Mullin prize. Thanks to everyone who came!

Recipients of the Ted Mullin prize

Event Recap: Gun Violence to Homesteading

21 January 2019

One of our History alumna, Chantel Johnson, ’10, returned to campus on Friday, Jan. 18th to present a public talk: Gun Violence to Homesteading: how a Black woman from a rough neighborhood in Chicago found peace in learning how to raise animals, grow crops, make households, and supporting others in transition to a more sustainable lifestyle.

Professor Harry Williams and Chantel Johnson (’10)

Annual SDA Tamale Night, Tuesday 5:30pm!

5 November 2018

This Tuesday night, Nov 6th, is our Annual History SDAs’ Tamale night, 5:30 p.m., in Leighton 204, the History lounge. Anyone who would like to know more about becoming a History major…

Tamale Night poster