Clio: Sept 13, 2016

Alumni News One of our MA alumnae, Lisa Mercer.  She has just published an article “‘Where Airy Voices Lead’: Joan of Arc’s Auditions in Historical Debate”. Magistra, Vol. 22, No. 1 Summer 2016, pp. 25-40.  She also has begun her PhD program at Illinois. Dave Ulbrich, who, as you know, earned his M.A. in our … Read more

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Timeless Love Found in Burkhardt

The Burkhardt Building has a long rich history at Ball State University.  Built in 1924, it was one of the first buildings at the Ball Teachers College.  Ball State’s footprint in Muncie began with the Ball brothers purchasing Eastern Indiana Normal School (the current Administration building) and the area between University, McKinley, Riverside and Tillotson … Read more

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Signing up for HIST 440 in 5 Easy Steps!

Read the guidelines on the History Department website. Choose a faculty member to work with. This should be someone you’ve taken a course with before and whose area of specialization lines up with your topic.  If you’re not sure what a professor’s specialization is, check the faculty profiles on the History department website. Meet with … Read more

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Clio: Mar 16, 2016

On February 22, Sergei Zhuk took an active part in the international event, sponsored by the United Nations Organization:  “Ukraine Celebrates United Nations International Mother Language Day with a Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN Volodymyr Yelchenko” in New York City. During the last February Sergei Zhuk made a few presentations based on the … Read more

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News from Our Public History Program by Director Michael Doyle

We have two Public History majors interning this spring semester, both of them at sites that are new hosts of students from our Program.  Abby Kaicy is based at the Indiana State Police Museum in Indianapolis, where she is assisting curator Lauren Baker with cataloguing objects and documents.  Rishad Readus, who is concurrently completing his … Read more

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Clio: Feb 2, 2015

Alumni News Dustin Mack, a graduate student at BSU in 2008-2010, went on to pursue a PhD in Native American history at the University of Oklahoma.  In December he successfully defended his dissertation and earned his doctorate.  “This would have never been possible without the education and support I received at BSU. Thank you for all … Read more

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