Six Ursinus students presented their independent research in history at the Phi Alpha Theta Pennsylvania East regional conference at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Pa., on April 13, 2013. Read More
Assistant Professor of History Susanna Throop organized three sessions at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association this January in New Orleans, LA. Read More
The Sigma Pi-Theta Sigma fraternity chapter of Ursinus College will be recognized for its community service and volunteer work by The Speaker’s House, a nonprofit historical organization dedicated to preserving the Trappe home of Frederick Muhlenberg, first Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. Read More
Three Ursinus history majors presented papers at the 7th Annual Undergraduate Conference in Medieval and Early Modern Studies, held at Moravian College Dec. 1. Read More
Professor of History Dallett Hemphill presented a paper at the meeting of the British Group of American Historians at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland Sept. 7. The paper was a study of the mixing of different church leaders in Revolutionary-era Philadelphia, from her current book project, a collection of mini-biographies of early Philadelphians.
Susanna Throop, Assistant Professor of History, has been awarded a 2012 Bernadotte E. Schmitt Research Grant by the American Historical Association. Schmitt Grants support work in progress on the history of Europe, Africa and/or Asia. Read More
An essay by Sara Mohler, a 2012 graduate whose major is Sociology, has been published in Proto: An Undergraduate Humanities Journal, Volume 2. Her essay, “Shift Happens: The Discourse Shift and its Implications for Society,” Read More
UC history majors Lindsay Hogan 2012, Nathan Schmalhofer 2012 and Julia Glauberman 2014, presented their research at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference April 21 at Kutztown University, accompanied by their faculty mentor, Assistant Professor Susanna Throop. Read More
Assistant Professor of History Susanna Throop spoke at Fordham University on “Christian Vengeance and the Crusades in the Twelfth Century.” Her April 10 talk was co-sponsored by the Fordham History Department and the Fordham chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honors society.
Assistant Professor of History Susanna Throop has been awarded this year’s Denis Bethell Prize, by the Charles Homer Haskins Society, for the best article based on a conference paper during the preceding year. Read More