News and Events
September 27, 2018 - History Movie Night, 5:30 to 8 p.m., McGuire Auditorium.
Join Professor Amanda Lopez for a viewing of and follow-up discussion about the film Coco, the Disney hit that takes an endearing look at the Mexican culture of death and Dia de los Muertos through the eyes of a young boy, Miguel (in English).
October 22, 2018 - History Movie Night, 3 to 6 p.m., McGuire Auditorium.
Join Professor Kathy Alaimo for a viewing of and follow-up discussion about the film Danton. As the French Revolution reaches a climax, the political fallout of one-time radical allies Robespierre and Danton is captured in this film that explores the revolutionary struggle (in French with English subtitles).
November 14, 2018 - History Movie Night, 5 to 7:30 p.m., McGuire Auditorium, featuring FREE PIZZA!
Join Professor Peter Kirstein for a viewing of and follow-up discussion about the film Five Broken Cameras, an Academy-Award-nominated documentary produced by an Israeli and a Palestinian on the occupation of a West Bank village. A masterpiece on the human struggle for justice (in English).
|2017 inductees of the National History Honor Society Phi Alpha Theta with chapter sponsor Dr. Lopez.||2017 inductees of the National Political Science Honor Society Pi Sigma Alpha with chapter sponsor Dr. Costello.|
|Students in an American history class answer questions about their research.||Students from the class "Ghetto Formation in Twentieth-Century Chicago" enjoy a tour of the Bronzeville community with Sherry Williams, President of the Bronzeville Historical Society. (October 2016)|