Christopher Eck has a new position as an Archaeologist/Cultural Resources Program Manager with the Air National Guard Headquarters on Andrews Air force base near Wahington, DC.
History professors Dr. Bernard Cook and Dr. David Moore each presented research in Romania this fall.
History/Pre-law junior James F. Thomas competed in the Franklin and Marshall Mock Trial Competition in Baton Rouge this weekend. James' team took first place.
Michelle Garcia ’09, J.D. ’12, is the recipient of the 2012 Student Leadership Award from the National LGBT Bar Association.
The Rev. James J. Pillar, O.M.I., Distinguished Professorship in History was established in honor of Fr. James Pillar, a history professor at Loyola.
Tom Gibbs ’09 (history), special projects historian at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, La., has traveled around the country interviewing the remaining World War II veterans and then taking those oral histories and implementing them in various capacities at the museum.
The Frances S. Summersell Center for the Study of the South is pleased to announce the winner of our first biennial Deep South Book Prize
Congratulations to the winners of the inaugural Monroe Library Student Research Competition!
History alumni, Dawson McCall ’04 was named STAR teacher at St. Stanislaus College (SSC) where he teaches world history, U.S. government, economics, and is the head coach of the cross country, track, and freshman basketball teams.
Dr. Mark Fernandez is the recipient of the 2012 Woody Guthrie fellowship. The fellowship supports projects that examine Woody Guthrie in an American historical and cultural context, as well as projects that explore Woody Guthrie life and work in a global context.