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  • Sonia Hernandez

    Sonia Hernandez publishes, For a Just and Better World

    Dr. Sonia Hernández has just published For a Just and Better World:  Engendering Anarchism in the Mexican Borderlands, 1900–1938 with the University of Illinois Press, a national leader in labor history! 

  • Walter Kamphoefner publishes, Germans in America: A Concise History

    Dr. Walter Kamphoefner has just published his highly anticipated, big book on the German American presence in U.S. history, Germans in America:  A Concise History, with Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

  • Lorien Foote publishes, Rites of Retaliation

    Dr. Lorien Foote, the Patricia & Bookman Peters Professor of History, has just published Rites of Retaliation:  Civilization, Soldiers, and Campaigns in the American Civil War with UNC Press.  This monograph is based on the Steven and Janice Brose Lectures at Pennsylvania State University that she gave in the fall of 2019. 

  • Brian Rouleau

    Brian Rouleau publishes, Empire’s Nursery

    Dr. Brian Rouleau just published, Empire's Nursery: Children’s Literature and the Origins of the American Century with the highly regarded New York University Press.

  • Jonathan Brunstedt publishes, The Soviet Myth of World War II

    Dr. Jonathan Brunstedt shares with the Department a copy of his just released monograph, The Soviet Myth of World War II:  Patriotic Memory and the Russian Question in the USSR published by Cambridge University Press! 

  • Daniel Bare (Ph.D. 2017) publishes first book

    Dr. Daniel Bare, a 2017 HIST PhD also under Dr. Hinojosa who is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies here at Texas A&M, has just published Black Fundamentalists: Conservative Christianity and Racial Identity in the Segregation Era from New York University Press, which began as a dissertation here in our department.  The web like for the […]

  • National Book month

    National Book Month: Harriet and The Tubman Command

    October is National Book Month, and the College of Liberal Arts will be celebrating all month long! For our last feature we talked with historian Elizabeth Cobbs about the national conversation surrounding Harriet Tubman and why American history is needed now more than ever.

  • Grace Banker led the Hello Girls

    Number, please? ‘Hello Girls’ answered the call in World War I

    History professor Elizabeth Cobbs resurrected the story of women soldiers in WWI with her book “The Hello Girls: America’s First Women Soldiers.”