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.

Nov 7: Annual Map Walk

Monday, November 7, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CSU Student Center Ballroom 2121 Euclid Avenue, Room SC 311, A-B-C-D It’s that time of year! Dr. Stephen Cory is once again hosting his annual map-walk in conjunction with the CSU History Department and the Middle Eastern Studies Program. Come to the Student Center Ballroom at any time between the […]

Engaging History: Japanese Internment & “Infamy”

Editor’s Note: This guest post is by Dr. Stephanie Hinnershitz who is currently writing a monograph, Wages of War: Japanese American Incarceration and Prison Labor during World War II, on Japanese Internment. In August of 2019, Alexander Woo—co-creator of the second season of AMC’s horror anthology “The Terror”—sat down with interviewers from Vanity Fair to discuss the inspiration for the […]