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Kinkela essay published in ‘A Cultural History of Insects in the Modern Age’

“Food and Insects,” an essay written by Department of History Professor David Kinkela, has been published in “A Cultural History of Insects in the Modern...

Dr. John Staples leads class discussion, History major, Social Studies major

Staples has book published

Dr. John Staples of the Department of History has just had his new book, “Johann Cornies, the Mennonites, and Russian Colonialism in Southern Ukraine,” published...

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Fredonia alumnus to examine Buffalo’s history of residential segregation in campus talk

Dynamics behind the proliferation and ongoing racial housing segregation in Buffalo, NY, in the mid-20th century, will be examined in a talk by SUNY Fredonia...

Megan (Buchholz) DeJoe and Rebekah Denz

History graduates to share their successful career journeys at Writers@Work residency

Megan (Buchholz) DeJoe and Rebekah Denz, 2019 SUNY Fredonia graduates with B.A. degrees in History and minors in Museum Studies, will describe steps they took...

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Kinkela discusses far-reaching impacts of ‘Silent Spring’ on BBC podcast

Department of History Professor David Kinkela recently appeared as a panelist on the BBC’s “The Forum” to discuss scientist and author Rachel Carson.

Dr. John Staples leads class discussion, History major, Social Studies major

Brown Bag event to discuss Russo-Ukrainian War

The Russo-Ukrainian War: Why it Matters, is the next event in the Brown Bag Speaker Series at SUNY Fredonia on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

picture of three-masted ship in the fog, History major

History faculty member co-authors award-winning book

Dr. Peter A. McCord of the Department of History researched the Union blockade and blockade running during the American Civil War at the British National...

Dr. Nancy Hagedorn

History student project creates digital history

In the Spring 2022 semester, Dr. Nancy Hagedorn of the Department of History led a group of history students to develop a Digital History of...

Dr. David Kinkela

Kinkela participates in NEH U.S. history curriculum study group

Historians typically spend their time in the classroom teaching and in the archives researching and writing, but Department of History Professor David Kinkela joined 14...

Dr. Erika Lee

Noted historian/commentator to analyze xenophobia across U.S. history

One of the nation’s leading immigration and Asian-American historians, Dr. Erika Lee, a University of Minnesota professor of history, will present a virtual lecture “Xenophobia...