Sept. 12, 2012 - To all history majors interested in African history or who need to fill the requirement for an upper-division non-western course, check out HIST 403.001 "READINGS IN MODERN AFRICA: THE CONGO FROM 1885 TO THE PRESENT" (M-F, 10-10:50 AM) being taught by CWU's newest history professor Isabelle de Rezende, an expert on the history of the Congo, Africa's largest nation state. Topics to be covered include European imperialism, independence, Congo in Cold War context, and more recent issues ranging from poverty, genocide, to the impact of globalization. Click here for a full description. Welcome Professor de Rezende!
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The Charles Redd Center-Phi Alpha Theta Book Award for the best book in Western American History (20CAH Speaker Series Presents Dr. Brian Carroll
On Wednesday, November 13, 2013, Dr. Brian Carroll will make a presentation entitled "Native Or