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Professor Adam Rome Interviewed for Digital Magazine Edge Effects

Professor Adam Rome, historian of the environmental movement, was interviewed by Edge Effects, a digital magazine run by graduate students in the Center for Culture, Read More »

Alexandra Prince Awarded Microgrant

PhD student Alexandra Prince has been awarded a microgrant by the Scholastic Art & Writing Alumni Group, an organization dedicated to supporting the work of Read More »

Professor Victoria Wolcott Delivers Talk at Jamestown Community College

Professor Victoria Wolcott, as part of her role as an OAH Distinguished Lecturer, recently delivered a talk entitled “Rethinking the Civil Rights Movement: The View Read More »

Another successful Milton Plesur Grad Conference!

Congratulations to the Graduate History Association for another well-organized and intellectually stimulating Plesur Conference!

Undergraduate Paper Prize -Deadline is Friday, April 21st

Attention Undergraduates! Each spring the department awards a prize for the best honors thesis or substantial research paper written in that academic year. Interested students Read More »

New Undergraduate Summer Courses

The History Department is excited to offer a variety of undergraduate summer courses for the Summer Sessions I and II! Get your Pathway and Diversity Read More »

26th Annual Milton Plesur Graduate Conference

March 31-April 1, UB History both welcomes outside scholars and celebrates the work of its own graduate students in the annual Milton Plesur Graduate Conference. Read More »

Ndubueze Mbah Article Published in Journal of West African History

Assistant Professor Ndubueze Mbah has just had his article, entitled “Performing Ogaranya: Kalu Ezelu Uwaoma, Male Slavery, and Freedom Politics in Southeastern Nigeria, c. 1860-1940,” Read More »

Averill Earls, ’16, to join faculty at Mercyhurst University

UB PhD Averill Earls, who graduated in May 2016, will join the faculty of Mercyhurst University, located in Erie, Pennsylvania, as a tenure-track Assistant Professor Read More »

Carole Emberton Edited Volume to be released in April 2017

Associate Professor Carole Emberton’s new book, a volume of essays co-edited with Bruce Baker, lecturer in history at Newcastle University, will be released by Louisiana Read More »