July 8, 2021
As historian Felipe Hinojosa said, "We know very little about Latino and Latina religious leaders that were prophets, that were religious radicals — people who stood up to faith and justice."
July 1, 2021
The College of Liberal Arts and the Department of History shine a light on some lesser-known American Revolutionary War heroes.
June 17, 2021
Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S., marks an important step towards absolute equality in America.
June 11, 2021
In honor of Anne Frank’s birthday, historian Adam Seipp discusses the importance of her diary and why we should continue to celebrate her contributions to history today.
May 20, 2021
With the American military’s time in Afghanistan seemingly coming to a close, Texas A&M University professor Elizabeth Cobbs takes us through the history of this war and how it can guide the country into the future.
March 29, 2021
With the signing of the December 2020 stimulus bill, the creation of the Smithsonian Museum dedicated solely to women is underway. Historians talk to us about which American Women and movements they’d like to see in the museum and why.
March 3, 2021
In honor of Women’s History Month, we take a walk down memory lane to reflect on Betty Miller Unterberger's life and the difference she made on campus as the first woman named full professor in university history.
January 13, 2021
Students and faculty members in the Department of History, Department of Geosciences, and College of Engineering team up in the development of an immersive and interactive digitized national cemetery experience.
December 21, 2020
As you sit by the fire this holiday season, take a closer look at one of the stories that shaped how our country celebrates.
September 30, 2020
Throughout her career, Ruth Bader Ginsburg increased the legal rights of half the United States population. Her work and legacy will continue to be studied by liberal arts scholars for many years.