The Department of History at Texas Tech University is a vibrant community of scholars who seek to understand the past and teach courses that introduce students to the processes of historical thinking and analysis for the development of an informed citizenry. We offer undergraduate and graduate programs taught by a diverse faculty from a range of disciplines and research fields. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about our faculty, students, and the courses that make us unique.
Dr. Aliza Wong, Associate Professor of History
recieved the Inclusive Excellence Award in honor of her work for teaching across the curriculum. The award was given to her at The Celebrate Diversity Awards Banquet. Celebrate Diversity Awards Banquet
PhD Candidate, Autumn Lass,
received the Helen Jones Dissertation writing fellowship and the Truman Presidential Library research award this spring. Autumn will use the money to finish her research and writing this fall on her dissertation, "Evolving Images of Containment: Perception Management and Domestic Propoganda during the Early Cold War Period."
Dr. Erin Marie Legacey will give a talk on Wednesday, February 26th at the international Cultural Center at 5:30. Her discussion is focused on the slave rebellion in the French colony of Saint-Dominigue. For more information, please contact Dr. Legacey at firstname.lastname@example.org, contact the history department at 806-7422, or here.read more...
Please put the following African American History Month Lecture Series events on your calendar. The lecture series is sponsored by the President’s Office, Provost’s Office, and the Division for Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement.read more...
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Box 41013, Lubbock, Texas 79409-1013