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Through the study of the world’s history and cultures, Dominican’s History program helps students develop practical, transferable skills such as research, effective communication, writing and critical thinking.

Taking an innovative, 21st century approach, the program actively prepares participants for life after college with a required student internship, encouragement of language skills and study abroad experiences, digital literacy, and project-based learning. The History program helps students become competent, responsible and productive citizens in a globalized world where cultural literacy and sensitivity are vital to success. 

You’ll develop the necessary analytical and communication skills to compete in the job market, apply to graduate and professional programs, and adapt throughout your life to the ever-changing interdependent world.

Academic Programs

 

History Leadership

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Alison Dana Howard, MA

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science Chair, Division of Public Affairs

Contact Information

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Fanjeaux Seminar Program

Join us for the Fanjeaux Seminar program in Southern France, where you’ll study history, theology, local culture, geography, and reflect on the teachings of St. Dominic.

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4 +1 Humanities Program

Through Dominican’s 4 +1 Humanities Program, undergraduates can earn a master’s degree in humanities, along with their undergraduate degree, in just four years.

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Faculty and Staff

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Jordan Lieser, PhD

Assistant Professor, History
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Cynthia Taylor, PhD

Assistant Professor
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Alison Dana Howard, MA

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science Chair, Division of Public Affairs

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