School of Social & Cultural Studies: History Department
The History Department at Truman is comprised of a community of learners who seek to interpret the past for a better understanding of the questions and challenges we face today.
As active teacher-scholars, our dedicated and distinguished faculty enjoy working alongside smart and highly motivated students who are attracted to the intellectual learning environment they find at Truman. Our history faculty cover a broad range of backgrounds and research interests and eagerly share their knowledge and experience. They push students to excel and encourage them to discover connections across a wide range of endeavors.
Our classes are small enough to provide close working relationships between faculty and students, and our professors take a genuine interest in their students' success at Truman and beyond. Students can drop by their offices to discuss class, get extra help on an assignment, or just chat about the day’s events.
History Academic Programs
“Equality as the Foundation for Liberty: Reading the Declaration and Constitution Together” Prof. Danielle Allen, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 1:30 p.m. Little Theater, Baldwin Hall The Declaration and Constitution are often thought to stand in tension with each other—the first promoting the ideal of equality, the second that of liberty. […] Read More →
Dr. Sylvia Macauley presents David Hutchinson with the award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student in History, May 9, 2014. Read More →