Public History MA alum, Nona Storr has worked on and is featured in the recent documentary, The Loyola Project, which was released ahead of the sixtieth anniversary of the trailblazing Loyola men's 1963 basketball team.
Loyola History faculty, graduate students and undergraduates are active both in and out of the classroom, publishing papers and books, presenting at conferences, developing web projects, and working in the field. Learn more about history department members are up to!
Dr. Jo Hays was recently featured in the College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Friday Spotlight for his latest co-authored work "Epidemics and Pandemics: From Ancient Plagues to Modern-Day Threats."READ MORE
Join us in congratulating Dr. Theodore Karamanski for receiving the Feis Award in recognition for his distinguished contributions to public history! Dr. Karamanski shares thoughts on his career in the field in an interview with Public History MA student Kenleigh Howard.READ MORE
Adam Carston, a graduate of the History M.A. program, first encountered the Mister Kelly’s archives through a project in one of his classes at Loyola. Now he is working with the collection at the Newberry Library and was featured in the new documentary, Live at Mister Kelly’s.READ MORE