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New York Times features Iklaina Archaeological Project
Directed by UMSL Professor Michael Cosmopoulos
Haunted Japan: The Evolution of J-Horror
It's been nearly 25 years since Sadako first crawled out of a TV set in the landmark J-horror film The Ring. What came next?
History Dept Open House
A Welcoming & Supportive Place to Hang Out, Learn, & Ponder Your Next Steps. Come Meet Us!
History Alumnus Alexander Salois
Becomes Key Member of Facilities Management
UMSL Career Panel
Learn From UMSL Alums & Others Working in a Broad Range of Fields, & Career Opportunities for Those With a History &/or Humanities Degree
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Anne Austin Explores Historical Impact of Epidemics and Pandemics and Lessons for COVID-19
The Ukraine Crisis and the Future of War - February 28th, 2022 at 3:00pm via Zoom
“You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you.” - Leon Trotsky
Student Veteran William Redden
Excited to Begin His Future After Earning Degree in History
New Internship Opportunities
With the Missouri Historical Society (MHS) Internship Program
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