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Why study history?
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A Four-Year Model
Internships and Careers for History Majors
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Teaching of History
Living and Studying in Chicago
Brown Bag Series
Shirley Bill Award
The Leo Schelbert Prize
Robert V. Remini Scholarship
Peter R. D’Agostino Memorial Scholarship
Deena Allen Memorial Fellowship
Bentley Brinkerhoff Gilbert Fellowship
John B. And Theta Wolf Fellowship
Polish National Alliance Research Award
History of Poland Scholarship
Polish Resistance (AK) Foundation Scholarship
Marion S. Miller Dissertation Fellowship
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Prof. Jonathan Daly on Putin's Russia
Mar 21, 2018
Prof. Jonathan Daly analyses why corruption and a failure of law and order has gripped Russia currently
No, It Wasn’t Inevitable that Putin’s Russia Would Descend into Lawlessness
Congratulations to our grad student Elizabeth McFayden
Chosen to participate in a NEH Summer Institute program
Prof. Jonathan Daly on Putin's Russia
Author of Crime and Punishment in Russia: A Comparative History from Peter the Great to Vladimir Putin (Bloomsbury, 2018)
Congratulations to Prof. Katie Batza
UIC History department alumna publishes new book
Congratulations to Dr. Alex Crawley!
For a successful dissertation defense
UIC Alum's Book Reviewed in The Atlantic
'Politics of the Pantry: Housewives, Food, and Consumer Protest in Twentieth-Century America' in the news
Prof. Mark Liechty Interviewed by BBC
Prof. Liechty Discusses His New Book
Faculty In The News
Prof. Jenny Brier Interviewed by Chicago Public Radio
History Matters 2017
Read about the department's various activities in Fall 2017
Jeff Schurke Writes on House GOP's Tax Bill
Schurke Opines On The Effects Of The Tax Reforms On Current Graduate Students
Louis Mercer Interviewed By South Side Weekly
Louis Mercer Interviewed On His Dissertation Research
Jonathan Daly on Russia Becoming the World's Largest Exporter of Wheat
'While We Weren't Looking Russia Once Again Became The World's Biggest Exporter of Wheat'
Jonathan Daly and co-editor Leonid Trofimov (UIC History PhD, '04) on How The Russian Revolution Has Been Commemorated Over The Years
'Commemorating The Russian Revolution from Vladimir Lenin to Vladimir Putin'
John J. Kulczycki's Monograph Gets a Honorable Mention at ASEES
His monograph titled Belonging To The Nation: Inclusion and Exclusion In The Polish German Borderlands, 1939-1951 gets the honorable mention...
Deidre McCloskey Wins Hayek Book Prize
Her book Bourgeois Equality: How Ideas, Not Capital or Institutions Enriched the World (2016) wins the coveted award
History Major Selected to the Emerging Scholars Program
Ghermawit Berhane selected to the Emerging Scholars Program at Penn State University
Graduate Student Zukhra Kasimova Wins the Prestigious Civil Society Scholar Award
The prestigious award will cover her research expenses in Uzbekistan
Graduate Student Ismail Byashev wins the Prokhorov Foundation Scholarship
Ismail Byashev has been awarded the Prokhorov Foundation scholarship to complete his research in Russia this year
Stauter-Halsted wins the AHA's 2016 Joan Kelly Prize for best book in women's history
Keely Stauter-Halsted, Professor of History and Hejna Family Chair in Polish Studies, has been selected as the winner of the ...
Laura Hostetler gives talk at Ricci Institute at the University of San Francisco
Laura Hostetler gave a talk on the current disputes in the South China Sea at the San Francisco Museum of ...
Graduate student Louis Mercer receives a National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship.
Graduate student Louis Mercer received a National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship. This is a highly competitive award and will ...
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