• History's Lab for Education in and Advancement of Digital Research. More>

  • Our undergraduates studied abroad in summer 2014. More>

  • Our graduate students travel the world conducting research. More>

  • Bye, bye Morrill Hall. Hello Old Horticulture. More>

  • MSU History faculty research supported by the NEH

Events

Mar
5
Thu
4:30 pm Spring Speaker Series @ 255 Old Horticulture
Spring Speaker Series @ 255 Old Horticulture
Mar 5 @ 4:30 pm – 5:45 pm
Spring Speaker Series @ 255 Old Horticulture
Andrew Hartman from Illinois State University will be visiting MSU and giving a talk titled “A War for the Soul of America: a History of the Culture War” as part of History’s 2015 Spring Speaker[...]
Mar
20
Fri
all-day Cross-Generational Dialogues in BWH
Cross-Generational Dialogues in BWH
Mar 20 – Mar 21 all-day
Gathering to honor a group of pioneering scholars in Black Women’s History. Cross-Generational Dialogues in BWH Flyer

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Why Major in History?

History majors learn to think broadly, and they develop skills in critical analysis, research, and oral, written and digital communication. They grow as informed citizens. And they find the joy of making new discoveries and conquering great challenges. Knowledge and experience gained in History coursework enables our majors to excel in a wide variety of fields, such as education, law, government, international development, business, journalism, medicine, social work and much more. Make history! And do so with an eye toward the future. Become a major. More>