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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


Join us this week for our second annual #DH symposium, featuring student #research, #pedagogy, and guest speaker Christy Hyman!


This #throwbackthursday check out this image from Dr. Guia's research depicting the Turia River Flood of 1957. h/t .@AitanaGuia


This check out this image from Dr. Guia’s research depicting the Turks River Flood of 1957


This #tbt check out this image from Dr. Markley’s research in #WWI & #familyhistory


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


Check out Dr. Varzally's post on Loving v. Virginia!


Check out .@thedailytitan article on Dr. Jonathan Markley's research on grandfather’s experiences in World War I!


A selection of award winners from Friday's banquet!

We had a lot of great honorees at the awards banquet on Friday!

Kourney Ford won the Nancy Fitch Women and Gender History Award, Ron Leighton won the Carmen Delphine Bayati Memorial Scholarship, Analia Cabral won the Warren Back Outstanding History Student Award, Art De Leon Tell won the Lawrence B. de Graaf Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Elisabeth Jimenez won the hansen Fellowship in Oral and Public History, Omed Mousavi won the Haleh Emrani Iranian History Award, Benjamin Stanonik wo the Rietveld Fellowship on the Era of Abraham Lincoln, and Kenneth Pinedowon the Phi Alpha Theta Gordon Morris Bakken Memorial Scholarship!

Drs. Guia and Brunelle won the James Woodward Faculty Achievement Award and Dr. Neufeld won the Leland and Marlita Bellot Research Grant!

Congratulate our (many) winners if you see them around campus!


This week! CSUF #DH Colloquium Inaugural Keynote

Tomorrow, May 2, CSUF History will be hosting the award-winning art historian and digital humanist Matthew Lincoln, who will be talking about the intersection of print culture, art history and digital methods.  Dr. Lincoln is currently a data specialist at the Getty Research Institute, where he works on the Getty Provenance Index.

Wheter you are interested in art, history or , this promises to be a fantastic event!