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American Graduate Fellowships (support doctoral study in the humanities at select research institutions). Annually awards two fellowships worth up to $50,000 each and renewable for a second year. Applicants must be graduating seniors.
May 14. Last night at the College of Arts and Humanities annual awards banquet the history departmenReading From "My Only Choice," Youth And Survival In A Totalitarian Regime, Hungary 1942-56
Helen Szablya reads selections from her book, My Only Choice, 1942-56 Hungary, on Wednesday, May 15,CWU History Professor Wins Prestigious Labriola National Book Prize
Central Washington University History Professor Daniel Herman has received the Labriola National Bo