CONGRATULATIONS TO JEWAN ATTALLAH
FOR WINNING THE
2018 LIBRARY AWARD FOR UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH
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Professor Xu Xin At Valpo
Professor Xu Xin to present 'Chinese Policies Toward Judaism'
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Eric Kisch Visit
Presentation by Eric Kisch, former Shanghai Jewish Refugee
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Dr. John Fea To Speak On Campus
Come hear a historian's discerning, critical take on current American politics.
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Professor Ostoyich Named Board Member Of Sino-Judaic Institute
Learn more about the SJI and Professor Ostoyich's newest article.
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History Students’ Research On Display
The Symposium on Undergraduate Research & Creative Expression (SOURCE) was held on May 3, 2018, in the Harre Union
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New Harmony Trip
Professor Carter took his American Utopias class to New Harmony, Indiana.
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History Club In The News
The Valparaiso University History Club and the Porter County Museum recently combined for a mutually beneficial experience.
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Holocaust Displays In The Christopher Center
Many thanks to the Florence and Laurence Spungen Family Foundation for the loan of their Holocaust materials.
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Eric Kisch
The History Department is proud to welcome Eric Kisch, a former Shanghai Jewish refugee, to campus for two speaking engagements.
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History Extravaganza – Spring 2018
Learn what the Spring 2018 Internship & Independent Study students have been doing in the University archives!
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History Extravaganza – Fall 2017
Join us for presentations from the Internship and Independent Study Program!
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HISTORY CLUB
The History Club at Valparaiso University is commencing - and it's not just for History majors!
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What Can You Do With A History Degree?
Join us and get answers to your questions!
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Meet Professor J. Luis Ramos, Ph.D.
I encourage students to travel and explore, whether informally or via the numerous opportunities (Fulbright, Teach for America, etc.). Few activities are as rewarding.
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History Goes To The Movies: 12 Years A Slave
Professor Carter took some history students to see the film Twelve Years a Slave. Here are reviews from two seniors.
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History Goes To The Movies: The Butler
The great thing about this film is that it gives the audience an idea of what it was like for African Americans during the Civil Rights Movement.
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Making History In Shanghai
Professors Yun Xia and Kevin Ostoyich won an ASIANetwork grant to take students on a summer research trip to Shanghai.
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Commemorating Civil Rights
During the first week of spring break 2013 Professors Bloom and Carter led a group of 23 students on a Civil Rights trip.
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Professor Rittger’s Latest Book
"The Reformation of Suffering: Pastoral Theology and Lay Piety in Late Medieval and Early Modern Germany" has been exceptionally well received.
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Welcoming New Colleagues
In the 2012-2013 academic year the department welcomed two new colleagues: Professor Yun Xia and Professor Heath Carter.
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