Professor Kirsten Wood's article "Join with Heart and Soul and Voice': Music, Harmony, and Politics in the Early American Republic," has just been published in the American Historical Review, vol. 119, no. 4 (2014): 1083-1116. This is unquestionably the most distinguished journal in our profession, and we extend our hearty congratulations to Professor Wood. FIU students and members of the American Historical Association can read the article at the link above.
Anthony Atwood MA ’03, Ph.D. ’12, leads effort to open the South Florida Military Museum.
FIU’s Department of History has refined the way it teaches teachers how to teach history. Now the department hopes to establish a permanent master’s degree program for today’s history teachers.
The Miami-European Union Center of Excellence sponsors a film series on World War I. For more information, see the attached flyer.
Events are co-sponsored by the Department of History and presented by the Exile Studies Program, Center for Humanities in an Urban Environment, and the Department of English at FIU in collaboration with the Coral Gables Museum.
An exhibit of World War I-related materials from the Wolfsonian's permanent collection.
Prof. Ricardo Salvatore, who will join our faculty this Spring and offer a graduate seminar on The Knowledge of Informal Empire, gave our first Atlantic Symposium discussion of the academic year, supported by Council on Student Organizations. Click here to see his talk.
Famous History Majors
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Read stories about the successes of some our terrific recent MAs and PhDs: Graduate Student Successes
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