frame one: john lemza / frame two: ryan o'hallahan [View Image]
Nov 8, 2021
In recognition of Veterans Day, history student Nyah Graham interviewed two members of the VCU History Department staff – adjunct instructor John Lemza, Ph.D. and undergraduate student advisor Ryan O’Hallahan, both of whom served in the U.S. military.
Dylan Seay frame one / Emmet Angle-Davis fram two [View Image]
Nov 11, 2021
Hear from students Dylan Seay of the Alexandrian Society and Emmet Angle-Davis of History Now about the importance of in-person get-togethers, and what they have learned by navigating through the difficulty of the pandemic.
history now students on a tour of hollywood cemetery [View Image]
Nov 9, 2021
We’re so pleased to be back! History Now has been a vital way to forge connections within the history department’s undergraduate student community. See what they’ve been up to recently.
michael dickinson [View Image]
Nov 5, 2021
History professor Michael Dickinson writes about the impact of the Lee statue removal and what is next for Richmond.
4 history grad students at Pamplin Historical Park in Fall ‘20 during covid [View Image]
Nov 1, 2021
VCU history director of graduate studies reflects on the importance of community and connections for students in the midst of very difficult times.
panel one - karen rader / panel two - ada lovelace [View Image]
Oct 12, 2021
Could you imagine computer programming before the modern computer? Professor Karen Rader lends her perspective on the life of Ada Lovelace and the celebration of women in STEM throughout history.
johana londono [View Image]
Oct 7, 2021
Professor Johanna Londoño discussed the difficulty of visualizing Latinx majority neighborhoods in built environments that are going through processes of urban change, such as urban renewal and gentrification.
zoom screenshot of mary beth norton presenting her lecture [View Image]
Sep 22, 2021
Do you really know the history of the American Revolution? Historian Mary Beth Norton's research shows a different and more detailed story than what you may have learned in high school.
historic photo of a woman dancing in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month [View Image]
Sep 21, 2021
Professor Daniel Morales writes about the history behind Hispanic Heritage Month. This is a repost from a news story published September 30, 2020.
9/11 conceptual illustration of one of the World Trade Center towers [View Image]
Aug 30, 2021
VCU Libraries is hosting a video conversation on how 9/11 radically changed how the Constitution is interpreted.
Brian Daugherity [View Image]
Aug 19, 2021
The award to Brian Daugherity is in recognition of an article documenting African American activism in Goochland County in the Jim Crow era.
Left frame: Plan of the City of New York from William Duncan’s 1793 city directory. (Digital Collections, New York Public Library) / Right frame: Portrait of Alexander Anderson, c. 1815, by John Wesley Jarvis (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) [View Image]
Apr 21, 2021
Through the eyes of front-line medical worker Alexander Anderson, a forthcoming book by Professor Carolyn Eastman will explore how New York grappled with yellow fever epidemics.
john powers [View Image]
Mar 12, 2021
Powers has worked at VCU for the past 14 years, serving most recently as an associate professor in the Department of History.
ana edwards [View Image]
Feb 23, 2021
The VCU alumna and chair of the Sacred Ground Historical Reclamation Project, will receive the VCU history department’s highest honor for graduate alumni March 18.
The letters [View Image]
Dec 14, 2020
In an interview with VCU News, history graduate Alex Criqui discusses the work he and artist Dustin Klein have put into Reclaiming the Monument — a project they hope brings people together.