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UB History Alum Featured on UHA Blog

Alumnus Michael Durfee, an assistant professor at Niagara University, is the featured interview on the Urban History Association’s blog, The Metropole, this week. You can Read More »

Justin Masucci Book Chapter Published

PhD candidate Justin Masucci has had some of his work published as a chapter in a volume on race, gender, and politics in World History. Read More »

Tamara Thornton Interviewed for New Books Network Podcast

Tamara Thornton discussed her latest book, Nathaniel Bowditch and the Power of  Numbers: How a Nineteenth-Century Man of Business, Science, and the Sea Changed American Read More »

Tamara Thornton Featured on The Junto

Professor Tamara Thornton was recently featured as part of a blog roundtable on How Not to Write Your Second Book, organized by The Junto, a Read More »

Dalia Muller Interviewed on New Books Podcast

Professor Dalia Muller discussed her new book, Cuban Emigres and Independence in the Nineteenth-Century Gulf World, with the folks at the New Books Network. You can listen Read More »

Tamara Thornton featured on Ben Franklin’s World

Professor Tamara Thornton was recently featured on the popular early American history podcast Ben Franklin’s World. She joined host Liz Covart to discuss her latest Read More »

Professor Wolcott Interviewed

Professor and Chair Victoria Wolcott was recently interviewed for two different news outlets, offering commentary and context on 20th century Black history.   She spoke Read More »

Jake Newsome, ’16, Interviewed

Jake Newsome, who earned a PhD from our department in May 2016, was recently interviewed before a talk he delivered regarding his research on the persecution Read More »

Tamara Thornton Awarded Book Prize

Professor Tamara Thornton’s most recent book, Nathaniel Bowditch and the Power of Numbers: How a Nineteenth-Century Man of Business, Science, and the Sea Changed American Life (University of Read More »

MA Colloquium

On Friday, May 12, many of our graduating MA students presented the findings from their fascinating capstone projects in a colloquium attended by students, faculty, Read More »