The faculty of the Department of History on the downtown campus of Georgia State University mourns the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and other victims of systemic racist violence. We stand with our students and fellow colleagues who are exercising their constitutional rights and demonstrating for racial and social justice. At a time when the coronavirus pandemic has revealed once again wide racial disparities in… more »
You’re invited to join our Instagram Q&A with the Master of Heritage Preservation (MHP) program on June 3 from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. Come and learn more about what our program has to offer from current graduate student and founder of Civil Bikes, Nedra Deadwyler.
The College of Arts & Sciences mourns the loss of Dr. Douglas Reynolds, Professor Emeritus of History.
We wanted to let you know of the passing of former Arts & Sciences colleague Dr. Douglas Reynolds, Professor Emeritus of History.
We bring the saddest news. Farewell, Dr. Rouse.
Georgia State University Professor Emeritus Jacqueline Anne Rouse died Tuesday, May 12, 2020, after a short illness.
We are delighted to announce the winners of the first GSU Student Book Collecting Contest: David Casey and Cole Hale. Students were asked to ‘Imagine a collection of books they would like to own.’
While many universities run book collecting contests, GSU’s is unique in that it does not require entrants to own… more »
HISTORY COURSES FOR UNDERGRADUATES – FALL 2020
Summer Semester 2020
Our world history courses will be offered online in Summer 2020. We are striving to make online education an enriching experience for students this summer. As we prepare our courses for you, GSU’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is training… more »
Congratulations to the recipients of our History Awards! Henry Thompson Malone Memorial Scholarship in History: Payton Scott Ethel Illges Woodruff Fellowship in Southern History: Jessica Brown Jenny Thurston Fellowship and Award in Heritage Preservation: Clarissa Nix Margaret Ewing Endowment in Family Oral Histories: Nicolette Paglioni Robert W. Sellen Scholarship in History 2020: Cole Breedlove Robert… more »
Stewards of historic sites associated with the African American Freedom Struggle of the 1950s and 1960s from across the United States are invited to attend the second U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium being held on the Atlanta campus of Georgia State University, April 16-18, 2020.
Featuring talks by such noted leaders in historic preservation… more »
The AHGSU conference is coming up and we are looking for individuals who would like to present on their research.
You can learn more about the conference from the flyer below!