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The Department of History at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa offers degree programs at the BA, MA, and PhD levels and is comprised of award-winning teachers and researchers.
Our geographical location facilitates our expertise in Asian, Hawaiian, Pacific, and World histories, as well as the American and European pasts. History majors find success in a variety of careers from teaching, research, and advocacy, to government service, journalism, law and business. The possibilities are endless. And we are here to help you navigate the way to your future.
In the Spotlight
Matthew Romaniello’s Upcoming Edited Book
RUSSIAN HISTORY THROUGH THE SENSES – FROM 1700 TO THE PRESENT
Bringing together an impressive cast of well-respected scholars in the field of modern Russian studies, Russian History through the Senses investigates life in Russia from 1700 to the present day via the senses. It examines past experiences of taste, touch, smell, sight and sound to capture a vivid impression of what it was to have lived in the Russian world, so uniquely placed as it is between East and West, during the last three hundred years. The contributors discuss the significance of sensory history in relation to modern Russia and cover a range of exciting case studies, rich with primary source material, that provide a stimulating way of understanding modern Russia at a visceral level.
The THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL HAWAIʻI REGIONAL MEETING OF PHI ALPHA THETA is scheduled for Saturday,... ...
November 16 & December 1
The next Phi Alpha Theta: History Honor Society meeting will take place Wednesday, November 16 at 5:30 in Sakamaki... ...
“Rethinking Adorno: When is it OK to Forget and Why?” Monday, November 14 12:30... ...