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This is the social media hub for CSUF's department of History.  This page aggregates all of the social media content of the department's accounts.

We can be found at:

 CSUFHistory on Facebook

@csuf_history on Twitter

@csuf_history on Instagram

 

hss.fullerton.edu/history/

 

#DH fall colloquium schedule is up!

 

Excited to have students & faculty here for our first #DH colloquium series event featuring VoiceThread #onecoolthing #pedagogy

 

Thinking of teaching to undergrads? Check out Dr. Shrout's co-authored article on student-centered http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/11/3/000311/000311.html

 

Next Tuesday, come see #historyinaction & #pedagogy at the first 2017 #DH workshop!

 

This #throwbackthursday check out this unique, unedited fragment of a life of an 8th century Coptic saint from Dr. Mikhail’s research!

 

This week, follow some of the scholars named as MacArthur fellows - including .@sunilamrith

 

In some of our history classes, we explore the past through historical games! #rttp #reactingtothepast #onecoolthing #pedagogy

 

Tomorrow!

 

Looking for some work on to read on ? Check out these works by some of our faculty!

Dr. Stern's The Lives in Objects: Native Americans, British Colonists, and Cultures of Labor and Exchange in the Southeast (https://csuf-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=TN_eblEBL4777287&context=PC&vid=01CALS_FUL&lang=en_US&search_scope=EVERYTHING&adaptor=primo_central_multiple_fe&tab=everything&query=any,contains,%22the%20lives%20in%20objects%22&sortby=rank&offset=0)

Dr. Gunther's Ambiguous justice: Native Americans and the law in Southern California, 1848-1890 (https://csuf-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=01CALS_ALMA71391967680002901&context=L&vid=01CALS_FUL&lang=en_US&search_scope=EVERYTHING&adaptor=Local%20Search%20Engine&tab=everything&query=any,contains,Ambiguous%20Justice:%20Native%20Americans%20and%20the%20Law%20in%20Southern%20California,%201848-1890&sortby=rank&offset=0)

Dr. Shrout's "A “Voice of Benevolence from the Western Wilderness”: The Politics of Native Philanthropy in the Trans-Mississippi West"(https://muse-jhu-edu.lib-proxy.fullerton.edu/article/609077)

 

Happy Indigenous Peoples Day! For some non-Friday , check out this alternative tour of @AMNH https://www.metro.us/news/local-news/new-york/anti-columbus-day-activists-offer-natural-history-museum-tour