LSU History Department

LSU History Department

@HistoryLsu

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LSU is one of the nation’s premier sites for research in Southern history, but it also has excellent faculty and graduate students working in many other fields.

Baton Rouge, LA
Joined on February 24, 2018
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Eerie echoes of the past in today's electoral (and anti-electoral) politics: Department chair and Fred C. Frey Professor Aaron Sheehan-Dean wrote about parallels with pre-Civil War America in an op-ed published in the Washington Post. https://t.co/oennVkGwHx

Dr. Stephen Andes' book, Zorro's Shadow, made the list of the Chicago Tribune's 12 must-reads for Fall 2020. Well done @steveandes!

Dr. Stephen Andes is scheduled to be moderator at the upcoming BR MidCity MicroCon panel on LatinX representation in comics! @steveandes is author of the new book, Zorro's Shadow: How a Mexican Legend Became America's First Superhero. https://t.co/KkDxwEZL94 #lsuhistorians

HIGH RATINGS: Prof.Catherine Jacquet is the subject of a highly complimentary Reveille profile that praises her inspirational work teaching a generation of students who are in college during today's tumultuous times. Well done Dr. Jacquet! https://t.co/8cnEF1mxQ8 @catoclysmic

LSU historian's work cited in a Supreme Court opinion. Thank you for demonstrating the value and relevance of real historical scholarship, Dr. Isenberg! https://t.co/gw5sV2fbB1 @andyandnancy

Profs. Veldman, Gutfreund and Bardes co-authored a very timely piece in The Advocate, on the history of LSU and segregation resistance! Well done.https://t.co/iBrbijH4RW

Charlie Royster: AHA Perspectives has published a fitting obituary and career review of the late former Boyd Professor --an accomplished historian, genial colleague and athoughtful mentor: https://t.co/6s9n4Pyoq0

Quoted @LSU_Honors

Kris Plunkett successfully defended her outstanding honors thesis “Monuments and Memory: A Quantitative Analysis of Union and Confederate Monuments,” directed by ⁦⁦@HistoryLsu⁩ Prof. Gaines Foster 🥳 https://t.co/jqFIuJDZqW

Kris Plunkett successfully defended her outstanding honors thesis “Monuments and Memory: A Quantitative Analysis of Union and Confederate Monuments,” directed by ⁦⁦@HistoryLsu⁩ Prof. Gaines Foster 🥳 https://t.co/jqFIuJDZqW

Congratulations to our very own Kris Plunkett! https://t.co/tDkzrVQS4a

Back in "virtual" session, the History Department forges ahead! Students are reading, writing, attending seminars and virtual lectures, and research work goes on. Meanwhile, Dr. Suzanne Marchand gave a podcast interview on her fascinating new book about the porcelain industry...

"The Problem of Democracy," by Profs. Nancy Isenberg and Andrew Burstein, is among ten book listed as this week's top reads in the New York Times. Way to go, @andyandnancy ! A promising start to the new academic year.

Quoted @rhbond_phd

Greetings, Twitter! I've got a little writing project I want to share with you fine folks. Introduction and first post went up today! Please read, like, and share! #writelikeaphd #PhD #phdlife #WritingCommunity https://t.co/kJGNZ60UmA

One of our graduates, @rhbond_phd, is making the History dept proud by launching a new project to capitalize on her excellent writing and editing skills to help others polish their own professional works. Check out her website and keep her in mind for your next written work. #lsu https://t.co/ENyqZzsQ5R

Check out LSU History professors discussing their new books, Friday April 12 at Barnes & Noble! Books available for signing. Exciting event! https://t.co/wd5Y4iwj6n https://t.co/zSqyGcFb51

Check out LSU History professors discussing their new books, Friday April 12 at Barnes & Noble! Books available for signing. Exciting event! https://t.co/wd5Y4iwj6n https://t.co/zSqyGcFb51

Quoted @LSUOgdenDean

Talking about Politics and the Civil War @LSU_Honors https://t.co/JL2K2sadgn

Talking about Politics and the Civil War @LSU_Honors https://t.co/JL2K2sadgn

History department chair Dr. Sheehan-Dean, and political scientist Dr. James Stoner! https://t.co/L8SpxB9aWw

Congratulations to Erin Halloran for her successful PhD final exam! Erin's Dissertation is "Between Regulation and Repression, Tradition and Innovation: How the Royal College of Physicians of London Negotiated Its Place in the Early Modern Medical Field." Well done Dr. Halloran! https://t.co/ofMxU0Wiam

Congratulations to Erin Halloran for her successful PhD final exam! Erin's Dissertation is "Between Regulation and Repression, Tradition and Innovation: How the Royal College of Physicians of London Negotiated Its Place in the Early Modern Medical Field." Well done Dr. Halloran! https://t.co/ofMxU0Wiam

Tune in to WRKF (89.3FM in BR) Wed. at 9 a.m to hear an interview with Prof. Zevi Gutfreund! Dr. Gutfreund will talk with @JimEngsterShow about his book, "Speaking American:" a timely discussion of language education, citizenship and immigration issues. #twitterstorians https://t.co/KaL7XbqjVu

Tune in to WRKF (89.3FM in BR) Wed. at 9 a.m to hear an interview with Prof. Zevi Gutfreund! Dr. Gutfreund will talk with @JimEngsterShow about his book, "Speaking American:" a timely discussion of language education, citizenship and immigration issues. #twitterstorians https://t.co/KaL7XbqjVu

Prof. Brendan Karch joined two other LSU scholars on Feb. 28 for a timely panel discussion on "Antisemitism: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow." Joining Dr. Karch were Religious Studies Professors Charles Isbell and Maria Rethelyi. #twitterstorians #antisemitism https://t.co/16YdGgTfV8

Prof. Brendan Karch joined two other LSU scholars on Feb. 28 for a timely panel discussion on "Antisemitism: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow." Joining Dr. Karch were Religious Studies Professors Charles Isbell and Maria Rethelyi. #twitterstorians #antisemitism https://t.co/16YdGgTfV8

It's almost here! The full program for this weekend's HGSA conference is online: https://t.co/obCBKflgLp . Keynote: Dr. Pedro Reina Perez on "Belonging to the US: Puerto Rico and the Insular Cases 2.0" Friday night in the Sternberg Salon at 7:30 PM. Come on down!

Quoted @SpencerWMcBride

Next week I am heading back to Baton Rouge to speak at @LSU with several other alumni of @HistoryLsu. I am very excited to be back on that special campus--and also to eat all the amazing food in that city! #twitterstorians https://t.co/WV8ldbygJ1

Next week I am heading back to Baton Rouge to speak at @LSU with several other alumni of @HistoryLsu. I am very excited to be back on that special campus--and also to eat all the amazing food in that city! #twitterstorians https://t.co/WV8ldbygJ1

Spencer will be speaking at the History Graduate Students' annual conference, Feb 22-23rd. The keynote address will be by @pedroreinaperez ! More info to come #lsu #hgsa #phdlife https://t.co/6INTPplJrP

In 1925, at the age of 67, Anna Julia Cooper defended her dissertation at the Sorbonne, becoming the fourth African American woman to take the Ph.D., and the first to complete the Ph.D. in History #LiftingAsWeClimb #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #Foremothers https://t.co/GO02gyA7dn

In 1925, at the age of 67, Anna Julia Cooper defended her dissertation at the Sorbonne, becoming the fourth African American woman to take the Ph.D., and the first to complete the Ph.D. in History #LiftingAsWeClimb #BlackHistoryMonth2019 #Foremothers https://t.co/GO02gyA7dn

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