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Welcome to the History Department

The History Department at Hunter College offers courses in the history of the United States, the ancient world, medieval and modern Europe, Russia, Jewish studies, the Middle East and Islamic world, Latin America, Africa, East Asia and South Asia, as well as many comparative topics in political, intellectual, and world history.

Learn more about Hunter's History Department.

The Department currently serves over 200 undergraduate majors and about 100 M.A. students. We welcome your interest and invite you to learn more about our program and areas of study.

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