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  • History Peeps: Dr. Stephen B. Riegg, Assistant Professor of History

    History sometimes seems abstract and distant but other times its relevancy is blindingly obvious. No one doubts the current salience of Dr. Stephen Riegg’s work. An expert on Russian history, he has recently published Russia’s Entangled Embrace: The Tsarist Empire and The Armenians, 1801-1914, on the Romanov dynasty’s relationship with minority ethnic groups in the […]

  • History Peeps: Jonathan Carroll, Graduate Student

    Jonathan Carroll, a third-year Ph.D. student in the Texas A&M History Department, has had an adventurous and unexpected trek from his rural small town in Celbridge, Ireland, to his new home in College Station, Texas.  Mr. Carroll reminisces, “I took a total gamble. I packed up everything I owned, which wasn’t much, mostly books (not […]

  • Remembering Betty Miller Unterberger, Texas A&M’s First Female Professor

    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. By Mia Mercer ‘23

  • Albert Broussard

    Albert Broussard: Building a Better World with Black History

    As a pioneer and trailblazer in Black history, it’s no surprise that history professor Albert Broussard’s work is inspiring a better future.

  • Sonia Hernandez

    Sonia Hernandez Wins 2020 Chancellor’s Fellowship

    Texas A&M University Announces 2020 EDGES Fellows The award for mid-career faculty is aimed at investing in talent and retaining promising researchers and educators. By Brandon V. Webb, Texas A&M University Office of Provost Communications….October 7, 2020 Nineteen distinguished Texas A&M University faculty have been honored as 2020 Chancellor Enhancing Development and Generating Excellence in […]

  • Fall 2020 Doctoral Commencement

    Congratulations to four new PhDs: Drs. Neil Dimmitt, Mike Morris, Dale Weeks and Micah Wright

  • Angela Pulley Hudson

    Angela Hudson Wins 2020 Arrington-Prucha Essay Prize

    Dr. Angela Hudson has been awarded the 2020 Arrington-Prucha Prize from the Western History Association for her essay “There is no Mormon Trail of Tears:  Roots, Removals, and Reconstructions.” The Arrington-Prucha Prize is awarded to the best essay on the religious history of the American West.

  • Rohrbaugh Speaks at Huntington Library

    Doctoral Candidate Colin Rohrbaugh Speaks at Huntington Library

  • Elizabeth Cobbs on AI and the History and Future of Work

    Elizabeth Cobbs won an Emmy and Telly Award for this new public television documentary.

  • Stephen Badalyan Riegg

    Stephen Riegg interviewed on the New Books Network

    Stephen Riegg interviewed on New Books Network regarding recent book: Russia's Entangled Embrace