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Department of History

  • History graduate student named WW Dissertation Fellow for 2022
  • Colonial and Native American historian Ann Marie Plane discusses the genesis of the Thanksgiving holiday
  • UCSB historian gives a talk on the 4th-century legend of the true Cross
  • Scholars examine the challenges of portraying political historical events in feature films
  • Talk by Robert Reich will inaugurate new Blum Center for Global Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development
  • Undergraduates in UCSB’s History of Public Policy program to present senior theses at symposium
  • History scholar discusses the bizarre plan that helped bring the United States into World War I
  • UCSB historian's new book explores class and gender implications of the silk trade in medieval Paris
  • The Middle East historian will showcase her research in the annual Plous Lecture next spring
  • With professors and mentors as their guides, UCSB history students travel back in time to understand the events and circumstances that have shaped the human experience.

  • There are very few people I ha­ve ever met who are as truthful and kind as my former advisor: Dr. Horacio Nelson Roque Ramirez.

  • UCSB history and Black Studies scholars discuss the historical accuracy — and importance — of the Oscar-nominated film ‘Selma.'
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