Student Opportunities at the Library of Congress

“The Library of Congress is seeking applicants for its next Junior Fellows Program, a summer internship held from May 20, 2024, to July 26, 2024. This 10-week, full-time paid internship is open to undergraduate and graduate students, and recent graduates interested in learning and conducting research using the resources of the largest library in the world. Remote and on-site project opportunities […]

Stephanie Ginese, History Minor and English Major Captures Prestigious Cleveland Arts Prize

A Dream Becomes a Reality for Lifelong Writer As a young girl, Stephanie Ginese one day dreamed of following in the footsteps of her late poet-writing great-grandmother. Although they met once, there’s no doubt she’s smiling down on her now. Writer and comedian Ginese was named the recipient of the Emerging Artist 2023 Cleveland Arts Prize in Literature, an award […]

History in the Headlines

The Department of History new series: History in the Headlines. What does a modern conflict between nuns and a bishop in Texas have to do with the history of female monasticism? Come hear Dr. Lehfeldt make the connection and join the conversation! When: October 31, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm; Rhodes Tower 1301.

Congratulations Dr. Shelley Rose

Dr. Shelley Rose, Director of the Social Studies Program in the Department of History recently published an edited book with Dr. Jennifer Evans. The book, Gender In Germany and Beyond. Exploring The Legacy of Jean Quataert examines the work of Dr. Jean Quataert, an expert in German history, and Dr. Rose former Ph.D. advisor, mentor, and friend.