Tyler Carrington received his MA in History at Loyola University Chicago and is now an assistant professor of German Studies and History at Cornell College. His book, Love at Last Sight: Dating, Intimacy, and Risk in Turn-of-the-Century Berlin is set to be published in early 2019. Read more about his work!
This past summer, graduate students Jenny Clay and Nathan Ellstrand worked with the Women and Leadership Archives to create the Voices from Mundelein: Media Portal. Showcasing images alongside more than 30 interviews, the site shares the stories of women religious, students, staff, and faculty from Mundelein College.
"Loyola is a special place," says Junior History Major Matt Walcutt. "It's creating socially-conscious and responsible people. The work I'm doing lets me take the Jesuit mission as well as my personal goals together so that I can empower people from all these different communities across the world." WATCH VIDEO
Dr. Theodore Karamanski, Professor of History and Director of the Public History program at Loyola, was awarded the Frederick Jackson Turner Award for Lifetime Achievement in Midwestern History on June 6, 2018.