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The study of history begins with questions, not answers. We seek to know what happened in the past, and we also seek to understand why.
As our present-day context raises new challenges for our communities, historians are inspired to ask new questions about the past, seeking understanding of a broad variety of human experiences. Historians explore questions about past politics and economics, intellectual developments, social concerns shaped by race, gender and class, and facets of culture ranging from arts and languages to human spaces and emotions. As a result, the study of history is dynamic, rather than static, and those trained in this discipline develop valuable skills in gathering, evaluating, connecting and interpreting factual information, and in the use of evidence to argue persuasively for their conclusions.
panel one - karen rader / panel two - ada lovelace [View Image]
Oct 12, 2021
zoom screenshot of mary beth norton presenting her lecture [View Image]
historic photo of a woman dancing in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month [View Image]
Collaboration and sharing are at the core of our mission.
John Harris [View Image]
Date: Wednesday, Oct 20, 2021