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The CSUSB Modern China Lecture Series Presents

Modern China

Three Modern China Book Talks: Nov 9, Nov 7 & Nov 24th The Compensations of Plunder: How China Lost Its Treasures with Dr. Justin Jacobs (

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Future History Teachers Information Panel, Nov 12, 4 p.m.

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History Department Students and Colleagues:     Please mark your calendar for the l, Future History Teachers Flyer

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History in the Making Call for Papers

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History Students,   Consider writing for the History Department student-run journal, History in the Making. You can check out , Call for Papers, History in the Making

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The History Club Presents: "Brown Church: Five Centuries of Latina/o Social Justice and Identity"

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Please mark your calendars and plan to join the CSUSB History Club on Thursday October 15 at 12 noon when Nathanael Gonzalez and other History Club st

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Conversations on Race and Policing Series Continues: Police Unions in the U.S.: Perspectives in Historical Context

Police Unions in the U.S.

Join us on Wednesday, October 7 at 4 p.m. for a panel titled "Police Unions in the U.S.: Perspectives in Historical Context," featuring special guests , <p><img alt="Police Unions in the U.S.: Perspectives in Historical Context, Wednesday Oct 7, 2020" data-entity-type="file&quot

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Conversations on Race and Policing Series - White Supremacists and Militia Extremists in Police Departments

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Join us&nbsp;Wednesday, September 23 at 4 p.m. for a discussion on white supremacist and militia infiltration of law enforcement agencies across the U

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Race and Policing Series: Policing of Indigenous Communities

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<p><img alt="Policing of Indigenous Communities" data-entity-type="file" data-entity-uuid="7aa140c7-67f2-4899-8a9a-1 , You're invited to join us this Wednesday, September 16, at 4 p.m. for a panel discussion featuring&nbsp;activists and community-based scholars who wil

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Dr. Pytell Writes about the Appeal of Trumpism in Psychology Today

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In a September 12, 2020 blog in&nbsp;Psychology Today, Dr. Timothy Pytell, Professor of the Department of History, deconstructs the appeal of Trumpism

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Anti-Racism Resources for #ScholarStrike

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#ScholarStrike and Teach-In for Racial Justice Resources Tuesday, September 8th and Wednesday, September 9th, 2020 #ScholarStrike, originally or , Events: Conversations on Race and Policing Series - Wednesday, Sept 9 at 4:30 p.m. via Zoom. A&nbsp;screening and panel discussion of the film, "Wh, Race and Policing Series: Police Brutality against People with Disabilities , Resources: Documentaries available for showing (thank you to Barbara Quarton, Coordinator Library Media Services, for compiling the original&nbsp;l

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Department of History Welcomes Two New Full-Time Faculty

Welcome New Faculty

The Department of History is exceptionally pleased to welcome two new full-time faculty members this year; Dr. Michael Karp, who will be based at the , After double-majoring in history and religious studies at Humboldt State University, Dr Karp&nbsp;earned his MA and PhD in history at Saint Louis Univ, Dr. Michael Karp, Dr Michael Karp , Daisy Ocampo (Caz’ Ahmo Indigenous Nation of Zacatecas, Mexico) earned her PhD in History from the University of California, Riverside in 2019. Her re, Dr. Daisy Ocampo, Dr. Daisy Ocampo

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Conversations on Race and Policing: "Cops on Film"

The Pfau Library's Conversations on Race and Policing Presents: "Cops on Film" Flyer

Special guest faculty panelists, Drs.&nbsp;Howard Henderson&nbsp;and Franklin Wilson, who have co-authored several studies on this subject, will discu

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Conversations on Race and Policing Series: DACA

Defend DACA Protest

On Aug 12th at 4pm a campus dialogue on DACA included an overview of the recent SCOTUS decision upholding the program and what it means for California

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Dr. Kate Liszka to lecture on "Tomb Robbery in Ancient Egypt," Aug 15, 1:30 pm

Dr. Kate Liszka

In a lecture with CSUSB history associate professor Kate Liszka, learn how various tombs were broken into in antiquity, how the Egyptians designed the

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Dr. Ryan Keating Interviewed about Confederate Monuments in California

Statue of Francis Scott Key Pulled Down by Protestors, June 19, 2020

In a recent CalMatters article by Elizabeth Castillo, published on July 16th, 2020, Dr. Ryan Keating, Associate Professor of History at CSUSB, discuss

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Dr. Marc Robinson Interviewed about Blackface and Golden Girls for Byrdie Magazine

Golden Girls Actors, Rue McClanahan, Betty White, Bea Arthur

Nikki Brueggeman of Byrdie, recently interviewed Dr. Marc Robinson, Assistant Professor of History at CSUSB, about the history of blackface in America

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Conversations on Race and Policing series continues - July 22, 2020

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You're invited to join us on Wednesday, July 22, at 4 p.m. via Zoom for a discussion of issues related to policing, racial violence, and LGBTQIA activ

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Conversations on Race and Policing series continues, July 8, 2020 4 pm

Still we Rise

You're invited to join us on July 8 at 4 p.m via Zoom, for a community dialogue with scholars and community members who will examine policing, racial

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Conversations on Race and Policing series continues this Wednesday, June 24 at 4 p.m.

Black Lives Matter

The Conversations on Race and Policing series continues this Wednesday, June 24 at 4 p.m. via Zoom, with representatives from San Bernardino City Unif

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Dept of History Virtual Graduation and Awards Ceremony

Congratulations Class of 2020!

On Saturday, June 20th, the Department of History hosted a virtual graduation and awards ceremony. Students and family members who were not able to pa

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Dr. Marc Robinson and Dean Mohamed Interviewed on NBC Palm Springs

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Dr. Marc Robinson (assistant professor of African American history) was interviewed with Dr. A. Rafik Mohamed (professor of sociology and expert on th

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Congratulations to the Dept of History Class of 2020

Congratulations Class of 2020!

Graduating History Students, As you embark on the next stages of your journey, the faculty and staff at CSUSB’s Department of History wanted to con

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Michael Hawkins, Named University's Outstanding Lecturer 2019/20

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Dr. Michael Hawkins, Cal State San Bernardino lecturer of history has been named the university's 2019-20 Outstanding Lecturer. This prestigious award

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Conversations on Race and Policing

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A Student-Hosted Panel Presentation and Campus Conversation Featuring Students, Staff, Administrators, Faculty, and Campus Guests Wednesday, J

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Race & Policing Panel Presentation & Campus Conversation

Race & Policing: A Panel Presentation and CSUSB Campus Conversation, Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 4 pm

Join us this coming Wednesday June 3 at 4pm via Zoom for a campus conversation on Race and Policing, which will include faculty, students, and staff.

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CSUSB Modern China Lecture Series - Dr. Maggie Greene Lecture

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Please join us Tuesday, May 26, at noon on Zoom to&nbsp;hear historian, Dr. Maggie Greene from Montana State University, lecture on her new book,&nbsp

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Coffee with the Chair

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Coffee with the Chair, Tues, April 30th, noon - 1 p.m. Bring your cup of coffee (or whatever you like to drink) and stop by virtually to chat, hang

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Dr. Jasmin Young, "She Stood There By Him With a Gun" Lecture

Dr. Jasmine Young Poster

Wednesday, May 13th, 2020 at 2 p.m. Register at bit.ly/osresearchweek This event is free and open to the public. Presented by the Mellon Mays Und

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History in the Making Wins First Place Journal Award

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"History in the Making" is an annual publication of the California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) Alpha Delta Nu Chapter of the Phi Alpha Th

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David Yaghoubian Interviewed on US Defunding of WHO

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US President Donald Trump has announced that Washington would stop funding WHO, accusing the body of mismanaging and covering-up of the spread of the

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Marmar Zakher awarded prestigious UC Davis Fellowship

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A dual major in history and Arabic language literature and culture, Zakher was awarded the prestigious Provost Fellowship for Ph.D. studies in Compara

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"Relevancy and History" Project at Citrus State Historic Park

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Marmar Zakher's paper wins award

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Richard Rothstein discusses his bestselling book, "The Color of Law" in Dr. Robinson's class

Richard Rothstein, author of "The Color of Law" was a guest speaker in Dr. Marc Robinson's course.

Richard Rothstein, a noted expert on American racial disparities, visited a Cal State San Bernardino African-American history class via video chat on

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Dr. Eddy Francisco Alvarez's Presents "Sequin Archives: Memories of Space Migration and Style in Queer Latinx Los Angeles"

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Dr. Tyler Parry's Lecture "From Bloodhounds to German Shepherds"

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Dr. Ruixue Jia's Lecture, "When History Matters Little"

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CSUSB's History Journal Wins Third Prize in National Competition

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History in the Making: A Journal of History, CSUSB's student-run journal won Third Prize in the 2018 Gerald D. Nash graduate print journal national co

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Mellon Mays Fellowship Winners and CSUSB Alum Celebrate Their Success

Dr. Alicia Gutierrez-Romine, CSUSB alum was the guest speaker at the Meet the Fellows reception on November 27th, 2018 to honor the winners of this year's Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship program.

Dr. Alicia Gutierrez-Romine, CSUSB alum was the guest speaker at the Meet the Fellows reception on November 27th, 2018 to honor the winners of this ye

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CSUSB Alum, Dr. Alicia Gutierrez-Romine on CSPAN

CSUSB History Alum, Dr. Alicia Gutierrez-Romine, currently Assistant Professor at La Sierra University, attended the Western History Association annua

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Dr. Lyon and Student Researchers Digitize Chinese Exclusion Act Case Files

A&nbsp;Community Engagement mini-grant offered by the Office of Community Engagement has funded a partnership between Dr. Cherstin Lyon, CSUSB history, Low Fong Chow, Chinese Exclusion Act Case Files, 1899-1955. Record Group 85: Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1787-2004…

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Prof. Yaghoubian Interviewed by Press TV

Prof. David Yaghoubian was interviewed on Jan 18th, 2019 by Press TV about the the recent detention and ill-treatment &nbsp;by US authorities of Press

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Prof. Saavedra and Huacuja Alonso to present at CSUSB Women of Color in Academia panel

Drs. Yvette Saavedra and Isabel Huacuja Alsonso, Assistant Professors in the Department of History will be presenting their recent works on Feb 6th, 2, &nbsp;

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Information Session for Future History Teachers

Information Session for Future History Teachers Wednesday&nbsp;April 24, 2019 @ 3pm in PL 4005 Are you considering becoming a History teacher? A

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Dr Chelsea Zi Wang Lecture on Friday April 19

Don't miss the China Lecture Series on Friday Apri 19, 2019How Not to Write History: Teaching Methodologoy throgh Aliens, Conspirancies, and the Chine

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CSUSB @ Wadi el-Hudi

Dr. Kate&nbsp;Liszka led five CSUSB students --&nbsp;Marmar Zakher,&nbsp;Jessica Howe,&nbsp;Maia Matheu,&nbsp;Evelyn Hildebrand. and&nbsp;Christopher

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Dr. Huacuja-Alonso named 2019 ACLS Fellow

The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) has named Dr. Huacuja-Alonso as one of its 2019 ACLS Fellows for her work on “Radio for the Millions:

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Ability Awareness Fair, May 21, 2019

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Dr. Thomas Long Wins Outstanding Service Award

Congratulations to Dr. Thomas Long who won CSUSB’s 2018/19 Outstanding Service Award. &nbsp;He was surprised by President Morales and Provost McMahan

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CSUSB Professor Emeritus Donates to his Scholarship to Help Students

The Dr. Robert Blackey Endowed Student Award Fund has been increased to $50,000 thanks to contributions from Blackey, a professor emeritus from the hi

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Dr. Keating Selected as Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellow

Dr. Ryan Keating, Associate Professor of History, has been selected as an Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellow at Cal State San Bernardino by the Inland Em

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Congratulations to our 2018/19 Award Winners!

&nbsp; On June 10th, 2019, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences held it's annual College Awards event. &nbsp;The following history student

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Welcome to new faculty and students!

Welcome to all new and existing history majors as we launch in to our last quarter on academic quarters. &nbsp;We&nbsp;are pleased to also welcome Dr.

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Dr. Yaghoubian Interviewed about Sept 14 drone attack on Saudi Oil fields

Dr. David Yaghoubian was interviewed by Press TV about the Sept 14, 2019 drone attack on&nbsp;Saudi Arabian oil fields and Abqaiq, a key oil-processin

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Nov 6 Lecture: "Fully Human and Fully Divine"

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CSUSB History Club, Phi Alpha Theta, and Philosophy Department Present:&nbsp; &nbsp;“Fully Human and Fully Divine”&nbsp; How Comparative Religio

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CSUSB History Alumni Headed to Elite Graduate School Programs

&nbsp; This year has seen an extremely impressive class of History undergraduates accepted into some of the most prestigious graduate programs in t

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Jason Garcia presents his research at the Latin American Social & Public Policy Conference

Jason&nbsp;Garcia presented&nbsp;his research on Chilean folk music at the the LASPP (Latin American Social &amp; Public Policy Conference) at the Uni

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Tristian Arrieta accepted to UCR's graduate program in education!

Our very own Tristian Arrieta gained admission to his first choice graduate program. He will join UC Riverside graduate program in education in June!

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Danny Cervantes and Jacqulyne Anton and Dr. Huacuja Alonso win OSR grant!

History students Danny Cervantes, Jacqulyne Anton&nbsp;win an Office of Student Research's grant! During the summer monthts they will be working with

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CSUSB history students and Dr. Liszka participated in an Egyptology conference!

Dr. Kate Liszka and a group of CSUSB students attended the&nbsp;the annual conference for the American Research Center in Egypt&nbsp;held in Tucson, A

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Dr. Liszka wins Outstanding Junior Faculty award!

Our very own Dr. Kate Liszka won the College of Social and Behavioral Science's&nbsp;Outstanding Junior Faculty Award for her work in developing&nbsp;

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Dr. Saavedra elected to the National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS)

Dr.&nbsp;Yvette&nbsp;Saavedra was re-elected to serve another two-year term to the National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS), as Chi, &nbsp; Photo participants Left to right: Dr.&nbsp;Isabel Millan, University of Oregon Dr.&nbsp;Gabriela…

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Dr. Cherstin Lyon wins BOTH Outstanding Professor and Outstanding Advisor Awards!!

The university honored our&nbsp;very own&nbsp;Dr. Cherstin Lyon with&nbsp;BOTH the&nbsp;Outstanding Professor and Outstanding Advisor Awards for her e

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Dr. Robinson attends oral history workshop at UC Berkeley

Dr. Marc Robinson will join the Department of History at CSUSB this Fall as an assistant professor of African American history.&nbsp; He&nbsp; attend

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PressTV interviews Dr. Yaghoubian on US-Venezuela relations

PressTV interviewed Dr. David&nbsp;Yaghoubian about the Trump administration's intentions in Venezuela.&nbsp; Dr. Yaghoubian spoke live from Tehran, w

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Dr. Jones attends seminar in Ghana

Dr. Tiffany Jones attended a seminar in Ghana. Read more about the seminar here:&nbsp;https://inside.csusb.edu/content/three-csusb-faculty-attend-semi

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CSUSB Students Give to Orphanage to Honor Nelson Mandela's Life

&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; As part of Dr. Tiffany F. Jones' Study Abroad program to South Africa, CSUSB students honor N

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Dr. Jones Promoted to Full Professor

Congratulations to Dr. Tiffany Jones on her promotion to full professor!

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Dr. Saavedra publishes new book about Pasadena, California

Dr. Yvette Saavedra’s recently released book Pasadena Before the Roses: Race, Identity, and Land Use in Southern California, 1771-1890 &nbsp;(Universi, &nbsp;

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CSUSB History Alum, Lauren Kirschke, Interviewed by San Diego Union Tribune

Interim director and editor for Great Oak Press, and CSUSB alum, Lauren Kirschke discusses her vision for the press in a recent interview with the&nbs

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Egyptology Scholar in Residence Program at CSUSB

&nbsp; The History Department is proud to announce the endowment of the W. Benson Harer Egyptology Scholar in Residence program. &nbsp;Each year, C

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History Department welcomes Dr. Robinson!

&nbsp; &nbsp; Marc Arsell Robinson earned his PhD in American Studies from Washington State University in 2012. &nbsp;His research focuses on th

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CSUSB History Club/Alpha Delta Nu Chapter Wins National Best Chapter Award Again

Our students have again been recognized as having the best Phi Alpha Theta honors society chapter in the country for our division.&nbsp;Our Phi Alpha

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