Dr. Dan Royles publishes essay “Love and Rage”

At the height of the AIDS epidemic, the activist group ACT UP used political funerals to demonstrate the human cost of the epidemic, which many Americans were all too willing to ignore. With changes to the U.S. health care system coming down the pipeline, Dr. Dan Royles examines ACT UP’s example teaches us about protest […]

Congratulations to Elysee Yhuel and Rafael Socarras!

The History Department would like to congratulate two of our recent graduates and current History Department Writing tutors for their acceptance into excellent graduate programs. Beginning this fall, Elysee Yhuel (BA Spring ’16) will be working towards an Masters in Philosophy in Medieval History at Trinity College Dublin, in Dublin, Ireland. Rafael Socarras (BA Summer ’16) will enter Newcastle […]