History

History Program News

Centre students create brochure with Heart of Danville, Boyle County African-American Historical SocietyDuring Centre College’s month-long Centreterm in January, Allison Putnam ’18 and Kristan Schwartztrauber ’18 created a brochure to highlight nearby...
2017 Top Centre Stories: StudentsAs 2017 draws to a close, we’re taking a look back at the most popular web stories this year based...
Julia Matthews ’19 and Sarah Holloway ’18 experience field research in UgandaCentre College students have the opportunity to conduct collaborative research with faculty members during the school year or over the...
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The History Program trains students in analytical writing, helps them learn how to organize and utilize various kinds of evidence, and provides perspectives that enable a better understanding of human behavior and cultural difference.

The program’s fundamental purpose is to encourage an understanding and, through research, an application of historical consciousness—that is, “the coherent organization of experience in historical time;” a just appreciation of the interrelationship of past, present, and future; and the knowledge that social change in this context is inevitable.

The History Program offers survey courses in world and American history and a variety of specialized courses in American, European, and non-Western history.
 
History majors have gone on to careers in law, journalism, teaching, government and diplomatic service, library and museum work, banking, and business.

Read about the HISTORY program:

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Your Major Took You Where?

A Sampling of Recent Centre Graduates

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POST-GRADUATE STUDY

Miamisburg City Schools University of Memphis (M.A., modern European history)
Xerox Corporation University of Kentucky (M.F.T., counseling)
Frazier History Museum The Ohio State University (J.D., law)
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. Valparasio Law School (J.D., law)
Minoh City Board of Education Emory University (M.Div.)

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