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Dr. Barbara Rosenwein Presents Book 

Dr. Barbara Rosenwein will present her book  "Love: A History in Five Fantasies" at the Barnes & Noble in Vernon Hills, IL on Friday, August 5th.


Melina Testin discusses her poster with Lucas Bensley at the 2022 HGSA Conference 

HGSA Hosts Successful 2022 Conference

On February 19th and 20th, the HGSA welcomed students and researchers from Loyola and beyond to share and celebrate their work.


Dr. Jo Hays Book Publication

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."


Dr. Karamanski Named 2021 Recipient of AHA Herbert Feis Award

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.



History Students Welcomed Back to Campus

History Undergraduate students were welcomed back to campus on September 13th with pizza and a social event.


Faculty Spotlight: Q & A With Dr. Tikia Hamilton

The History Department is thrilled to welcome Dr. Tikia K. Hamilton as Assistant Professor of History at Loyola University Chicago. 



History Alumnus Featured in Mister Kelly's Documentary

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.


Summer Experience for the History Department

Our undergrad and graduate students stayed busy this summer with a wide array of internships. Follow the link to learn more about the projects and programs they contributed to!


Loyola History Senior Tells POW Stories Through Graphic Novels

Melina Testin (BA 2022) combines her love for art and history in a new graphic novel series for the Pritzker Military Museum and Library.

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