GVNext: History Department News


U.S. ambassador to Russia gives history class insight on Russia, Ukraine

May 24, 2022

John Sullivan joined David Stark's class via Zoom.

Hauenstein Center hosting panel discussion on Ukraine-Russia conflict

April 11, 2022

GVSU experts will discuss Ukraine-Russia conflict during Hauenstein Center event on April 13.

Acclaimed poet, cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib shares work and thoughts with GVSU Arts Celebration audience

April 6, 2022

The event included a conversation with Louis Moore, professor of history.

GVSU experts discuss the invasion of Ukraine

February 24, 2022

Paul Isely, Scott Lingenfelter and Heather Tafel share their views on the situation.

New exhibit commemorates remnants of Interurban tracks on Pew Campus, explains history of railway system

February 14, 2022

The railway was a prominent transportation system in the late 1800s and early 20th Century.

MLK week opens with call from keynote speaker to continue 'watering seeds planted by King'

January 17, 2022

Cheryl Brown Henderson is the daughter of the lead plaintiff in Brown v. Board of Education.

Slate of speakers will reflect on legacy of King during commemoration week events

January 11, 2022

Four virtual or in-person events are scheduled, in addition to a day of service.

Socializing through the ages: Great Lakes History Conference to explore how we communicate, from social media to pretzels

October 19, 2021

The hybrid conference is scheduled for October 22 and 23, with both in-person and online options.

Constitution expert: Political cartoons, newspapers paved the way for Constitution's ratification

September 16, 2021

Legal scholar Akhil Reed Amar spoke on the Constitution's history at Hauenstein Center event.

Alumnus partners with GVSU Veterans History Project to share interviews, providing significant addition to collection

June 17, 2021

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