Since everything has a history, the study of history occupies a central and important position in a liberal arts education. But History is more than just understanding what happened in the past. History students will learn that thinking historically means recognizing that all problems, all situations, and all institutions exist in the contexts of their times which must be analyzed and understood to see how the past shapes the present. History students will develop skills and tools that can be used in a variety of professions and enable them to become more informed global citizens in this challenging world. History students will learn how to synthesize and evaluate sources and viewpoints from a variety of perspectives and use evidence to inform critical discussion and argumentation. They develop and practice empathetic thinking. Studying History allows students to investigate and appreciate the diversity and similarity of human experience across time and place.
Christina B. Carroll, Assistant Professor of History. BA Vassar College MA, PhD University of North Carolina
Dennis Frost (Chair), Wen Chao Chen Professor of East Asian Social Sciences. BA Wittenberg University MPhil, PhD Columbia University
Jeffrey Haus, Professor of History and Religion; Director of Jewish Studies Program. BA University of Michigan PhD Brandeis University
Charlene Boyer Lewis, Professor of History. BA Kalamazoo College MA American University PhD University of Virginia
James Lewis, Professor of History. BA College of William and Mary MA The American University PhD University of Virginia
Fungisai Musoni, Visiting Assistant Professor of History. BA University of Zimbabwe MA Georgia State University PhD Ohio State University
Rochelle Rojas, Assistant Professor of History. BA, MA University of Florida MA, PhD Duke University
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- Kalamazoo College today awarded one faculty member and one staff member with two of the highest awards the College bestows on its employees. Professor of History James E. Lewis Jr. was named the recipient of the 2020-21 Lucasse Fellowship for Excellence in Scholarship, honoring his contributions in creative work, research and publication; and Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics Office Coordinator Kristen Eldred was granted the W. Haydn Ambrose Prize, recognizing her outstanding […]
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