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November 21, 2016

UIC historian honored for book on Buckley and Mailer

Book recognized for contribution to Norman Mailer scholarship

Keely Stauter-Halsted

October 24, 2016

Historian’s book on prostitution in 19th-century Poland wins awards

‘The Devil’s Chain’ named a top book in women’s studies

Barbara Ransby

October 21, 2016

UIC historian to lead women’s studies association

Barbara Ransby elected to two-year term

Elizabeth Todd-Breland

August 23, 2016

Urban historian named National Academy of Education fellow

Elizabeth Todd-Breland to complete book on black politics

Elizabeth Todd Breland

May 25, 2016

UIC urban historian named National Academy of Education fellow

Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship Program supports early career scholars

"I'm Still Surviving" poster

February 26, 2016

Grant expands history project of HIV-positive women

MAC AIDS Fund helps expand UIC-based project

Garry Wills

November 19, 2015

Learn about Islam before you criticize its followers, historian says

Pulitzer Prize-winning author discusses religion, politics

Garry Wills,

November 4, 2015

Garry Wills to talk at UIC Nov. 18

Pulitzer-winning author, historian will discuss “America and Islam”

Cheryl Ganz

October 2, 2015

UIC Alumni Award winner uses philately to bring history alive

‘Every stamp tells a story’ at Smithsonian National Postal Museum

Cheryl Ganz

September 25, 2015

Smithsonian museum’s stamp collector extraordinaire

Social, cultural historian brought new life to philately at National Postal Museum

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