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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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"Localities at the Center" by Richard Belsky
"Jewish People, Jewish Thought" By Robert Seltzer
"Claiming Power from Below" by Manu Bhagavan
"Stepping Out" by Daniel Hurewitz
"Hagiography" by Thomas head
"Commercial Visions" by DánielMargócsy
"Diminity Convictions" by Welter Barbara
"How Far the Promised Land" by Jonathan Rosenberg
"Crossing Hitler" by Benjamin Hett
"Medieval Hagiography" by Thomas Head
"The Peacemaker" by Manu Bhagavan
"Blood And Fire" by Mary Roldan
"Burning The Reichstag" by Benjamin Hett
"The Best School In Jerusalem" by Laura Schor
"Imperial Citizen" by Karen Kern
"Rethinking U.S. Labor History" by Donna Haverty
"who_shall_take" by Bernadette Mccauley
"A Sangre Y Fuego" by Mary Roldan
Simon Dubnow
"Americanization of jews" By Robert Seltzer
"America's Forgotten Holiday" by Donna Haverty-Stacke
"Kennedy Johnson" by Jonathan Rosenberg
"Baroness Betty de Rothschild" by Laura Schor
"Bohemian Los Angeles" by Daniel Hurewitz
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