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History from the Inside

History from the Inside The ISU Department of History, in cooperation with Ames Public Library, hosts a monthly “Your Historians” series every Spring. History faculty and students illustrate how we conduct our research, drawing back the curtain on the practice of history. The remaining talks for this, our third season, are: Tuesday, 18 Feb          “Carrie … Continue reading History from the Inside

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Indian Ocean World PhD Fellowship

Iowa State University’s PhD program in Rural, Agricultural, Technological and Environmental (RATE) History is pleased to invite applications for a 6-year, fully-funded PhD fellowship in Indian Ocean World and Middle Eastern Environmental History. Iowa State University is a partner with McGill University’s Indian Ocean World Centre and an international team of more than twenty universities … Continue reading Indian Ocean World PhD Fellowship

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Indian Ocean World PhD Fellowship

Iowa State University’s PhD program in Rural, Agricultural, Technological and Environmental (RATE) History is pleased to invite applications for a 6-year, fully-funded PhD fellowship in Indian Ocean World and Middle Eastern Environmental History. Iowa State University is a partner with McGill University’s Indian Ocean World Centre and an international team of more than twenty universities … Continue reading Indian Ocean World PhD Fellowship

Research Fellow Profile: Chris Reed

Christopher Reed is currently researching Sino-American relations during the 1920s. His dissertation will explore American attitudes, official and popular, toward China. He is one of four History graduate students recently awarded an ISU Graduate Research Fellowship to spend a semester conducting research and writing. Chris has visited the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, where the papers … Continue reading Research Fellow Profile: Chris Reed

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Teaching About White Nationalism: History Professor Offers Guidance

Assistant Professor of History Jeremy Best deployed his expertise in modern German history to explain the rise of white nationalism in the United States and offer suggestions on how to teach about it. His article, “Teaching Against White Nationalism: How One Historian Took Action,” is in the December 2017 newsletter of the American Historical Association, … Continue reading Teaching About White Nationalism: History Professor Offers Guidance