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Tenure Track Position in Early Modern European History The Department of History at Williams College seeks to make an appointment at the rank of assistant professor (tenure-track) in early modern European history beginning in the Fall of 2016. Ph.D. in hand or expected by September 2016. We will consider applicants with research interests in any
HIST 137 Victorian Britain and the Anglo-Afghan Wars Chris Waters Tue/Thu – 9:55 am to 11:10 am Long before the US and its allies fought the recent war in Afghanistan (2001-14), Britain fought three Afghan Wars. Now almost forgotten, dusty reminders of Britain’s imperial past, they were crucial moments in the “Great Game”, the rivalry
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The South in Black and White: Professors Leslie Brown and Charles Dew ’58 weave history and memory to help students understand how lives lived on opposite sides of the color line come together in one place. Interview by Peter Murphy “The history of the American South is a racial one, where blacks and whites lived
Great news for History Majors studying abroad at the Williams-Exeter Programme at Oxford! You can now take a course that will fulfill your HIST 301 requirement. The course entitled, Historiography: Tacitus to Weber, is considered a Williams course on the discipline of history. HISTORIOGRAPHY: TACITUS TO WEBER There are two routes commonly pursued in the
Lily Wong’s essay, “Eating the Hyphen,” has been chosen for the soon to be released book, Best Food Writing 2013, edited by Holly Hughes. The essay was originally published in Gastronomica Magazine in 2012. She completed her thesis entitled, Remembering the Nanjing Massacre: Transnationalism and Atrocity, in that same year under the direction of Alexandra
Tyler Holden, Class of 2013 History Major, served as a White House Intern this summer! See the story published in iBerkshires.com on Sunday, September 9, 2013. http://www.iberkshires.com/story/44683/Williams-Grad-Serves-as-White-House-Intern.html