News & Views
In their new book, Russell Muirhead and Nancy L. Rosenblum argue that a new form of conspiracy thinking is consuming our culture in dangerous and alarming ways. But is it?
Two Penn historians – Warren Breckman and Antonio Feros - behind the publication of works on modern European thought and the Iberian world
Cambridge History of Modern European Thought:
In a Q&A in Penn Today, Professor Mary Frances Berry compares the case against Trump to three other presidents who were threatened with removal.
Faculty Spotlight: Anne Berg, an expert in the Nazi regime, waste, recycling, and environmentalism, joins the History Department
Amy Offner's new book tells the untold story of how U.S. development efforts in postwar Latin America helped lead to the dismantling of the U.S. welfare state
In her new book, Amy Offner tells the untold story of how U.S. development efforts in postwar Latin America helped lead to the dismantling of the U.S.
Margarita Ortiz conducted a comprehensive survey of 18 sites as a summer intern for Historic Germantown in her hometown of Philadelphia.
Seok-Min Yun (2019 PhD) appointed Lecturer at Underwood International College. Seok-Min recently defended his dissertation, "Utopia Uncovenanted: James Harrington's Commonwealth of Oceana (1656) and the Remaking of Anglo-Scottish Relations" this past April.
Liya Wizevich's essay, "The Burning Question: Looking for Answers in Moscow's Great Fire," has been published by Columbia University's undergraduate Research Journal, The Birch.
Welcome to the Department of History at the University of Pennsylvania. Over thirty historians in the standing faculty with a broad range of research specialties advance our understanding of the past.
The Third Roman Revolt: Imagining Judea in Revolutionary Russia
Andrew Sloin, Baruch College-City of New York
Commercial banking in the Russian Empire in 1860-1913: Development and Markets Integration
Galin Tihanov, George Steiner Professor of Comparative Literature at Queen Mary University of London