The inaugural issue of The Chicago Style has arrived. Created by the Chi Mu chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the undergraduate History Honor Society, this new online journal showcases exemplary student scholarship.
Please join us in Piper Hall on Saturday, April 29, from 2-5:30 pm for the Ramonat Final Colloquium! Ramonat Scholars will present their projects and celebrate and reflect on a year of encountering the history of Dorothy Day and Catholic Social Teaching.
On Wednesday, April 26, the English Atlantic Writing Group will meet to discuss Dr. Bryan Rindfleisch's paper, “’Possessed of the most Extensive Trade, Connexions, and Influence’: George Galphin and the Power of Intimacy in Early America.”
Congratulations to graduate students Rachel Boyle, Chelsea Denault, and Kelly Schmidt, and alumna Maggie McClain on winning the National Council on Public History Student Project Award for the Chrysler Village History Project!
Fall course registration begins on April 4! Consider taking one of the history department’s many interesting 300-level classes. From food and Pompeii to heresy and Chicago to film and music, there's something for everyone in every major! Classes are open to majors, minors, and non-majors.
Amanda Malmstrom, a junior History and Art History major currently enrolled in the Ramonat Seminar, was recently awarded a Myser Research Grant to travel to the Ade Bethune Collection at St. Catherine's University in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Loyola undergraduates Gustav Roman and Roman Krasnitsky and alumnus Michael Albani presented at the annual meeting the American Historical Association/American Catholic Historical Association in Denver on January 7th
Dr. John Donoghue, Associate Professor of History made the front page of the Loyola Phoenix for his upcoming Spring course, "Slavery and Abolition: Then and Now," which will discuss the racist rhetoric of President-elect Donald Trump and the legacy of American slavery in 2017.