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Trump in a U.S. History Survey Classroom
“FDR’s and Trump’s First Hundred Days” by Jemi Lui
“Fear of Fear Itself” by MaKayla Adams
“How the Progressive Presidency Paved the Way for Donald Trump” by Adam Dawes
“Inclusive Populism” by Rich Marinelli
“Reagan Democrats Return” by Lexy Poe
“The Rise of the Silent Majority” by Kristen Longsderff
“The Trump Vote in Juniata County, Pennsylvania” by Neil McLaughlin
“Watergate and Skepticism Toward Government” by Bradley Nafziger
“‘Whitelash’ in American Society, 1865-present” by Esther Rosier
TOMORROW: What Can You Do With A History Major?
Apply Now: Collections Internship at The Hershey Story
Humans of the History Department: Professor James LaGrand
“There were Giants” film to be premiered
Congratulations, History Seniors!
Catching Up with Alumni: Michael Adams
Thank you Cassy Baddorf!
Cassy Baddorf on “Elizabeth I’s Rhetoric of Leadership”
Thank you Katy Kaslow!
Katy Kaslow on “Anti-Sabbatarianism in Antebellum America”
Earn a Graduate Certificate in Digital Public Humanities
Crusades and Legacies at the Civic Club of Harrisburg – this Sunday
Studying Abroad in Spring 2017? Applications are due April 1st!
Summer Internships in Washington D.C.
Paid Summer Internships at NCPTT