History Happenings: Learn More About Undergraduates' Experiences in History Courses
Students in HIST 404B "The History of Rome: The Empire through the Reign of Constantine the Great", along with AIA members, re-enact a Gladitorial Roman Spectacle! Following a cross-campus pompa (procession) of participants led by the emperor, the games begin! The event features ferocious beasts, barbarian warriors, heartless criminals, and the combat of matched gladiators. Truly did all in attendance enjoy the spectacle of Roman power and justice.
The class of HIST 420 “The French Revolution Around the World, 1750-1815: Everyday Life and Global Perspectives” participates in an event where students choose a recipe from revolutionary times, cook it together, bring it to class, and present the history of the recipe and of its ingredients. Learning about the French was unquestionably delicious!
The students of the “Basic Nahuatl Course” are exposed to fundamental concepts of Classical (used during Mexico’s colonial period) and Modern (used contemporarily) Nahuatl in this invigorating workshop! Here they are proudly displaying their certificates of completion after their cultural investigation into the history and language of the Nahuatl.
A Primer For Teaching Environmental History
Ten Design Principles
Michelle K. Berry and Emily Wakild
Duke University Press
"Big Mama Thornton, Little Richard, and the Queer Roots of Rock 'n' Roll"
American Quarterly vol 70.1
Ebola’s Would-be Refugees: Performing Fear and Navigating Asylum During a Public Health Emergency
Benjamin N. Lawrance
Medical Anthropology, vol 37
Border Spaces: Visualizing the U.S.-Mexico Frontera
Katherine Morrissey with J.-M. H. Warner
University of Arizona Press
"Traces and Representations of the U.S.-Mexico Frontera"
Pacific Historical Review Vol. 87 No. 1
Colonial Intimacies: Interethnic Kinship, Sexuality, and Marriage in Southern California, 1769-1885