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

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

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Events

Oct
10
Fri
all-day Migration Without Boundaries Con... @ International Center- 3rd Floor
Migration Without Boundaries Con... @ International Center- 3rd Floor
Oct 10 – Oct 11 all-day
The Migration Without Boundaries organizing committee is excited to announce their 3rd annual conference, taking place October 10-11 in the MSU International Center. At 6 pm on Friday, historian Dr. José C. Moya of Barnard[...]
Oct
16
Thu
4:00 pm Speaker Series @ 255 Old Horticulture
Speaker Series @ 255 Old Horticulture
Oct 16 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Ann Larabee (English, MSU), “The Wrong Hands: Dangerous Instructional Speech, Violence and the Law”
Oct
22
Wed
4:00 pm Speaker Series @ 255 Old Horticulture
Speaker Series @ 255 Old Horticulture
Oct 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Joan Neuberger (History, University of Texas at Austin), “This Thing of Darkness: Eisenstein’s “Ivan the Terrible” in Stalin’s Russia.”

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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>