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Department of – History
History matters not only because it fosters critical thinking, analytical skills, and creativity—all highly transferable skills in today’s professional job market; it matters in and of itself.
Harvard University | History Department
The History Department at Harvard University offers programs of study for undergraduates pursuing their AB and graduates working towards their PhD.
Common Career Paths for History Majors — History
What can you do with a history degree? The percentage of history majors who become professional historians is low. Instead most go on to become lawyers, librarians, businesspersons, writers, archivists, researchers, teachers, politicians and even entertainers.
Department of History | Corcoran
The University of Virginia's Corcoran Department of History has long been one of the anchors for liberal and humane education in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Food History | National Museum of American History
Exploring History, One Bite at a Time. Through programs, research, and collections the Smithsonian Food History project at the National Museum of American History invites communities near and far to come to the table.By learning more about American food history, today’s museum visitors will understand the role they play in shaping how and what America eats.
History | University of Missouri
Catherine Rymph Professor and Chair Department of History. Message from the Chair. Haskell Monroe Graduate Fellowship in History at the University of Missouri
African History and Culture
African History and Culture. Africa is the birthplace of humankind and knowing its history is essential for understanding the global society that's grown around it.
History | Raytheon
To the Moon. 1960s. The 1969 lunar landing captured the world's imagination, and Raytheon played a key role. For Apollo 11, Raytheon built the computer that guided the space vehicles in their journey, and its on-board microwave tube transmitted radio and TV signals to earth, enabling millions to witness history live.
United States Coast Guard (USCG) Historian's Office
Atkins Hall, on the campus of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, circa 1896. The Coast Guard Historian's Office is located here. National Archives photo (RG 418-G-25).