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http://russianhistoryblog.org/2012/05/death-and-redemption-on-images/
princeton university press blog blog archive death and redemption by steven barnes on russian history
http://press.princeton.edu/blog/2012/05/17/death-and-redemption-by-steven-barnes-on-russia
russianhistoryblog.org
https://networks.h-net.org/node/16806/discussions/317927/essay-teaching-rural-history
no man s land jamaican guestworkers in america and the global history of deportable labor
http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9574.html
networks.h-net.org
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=566&fiel
modern europe workshop
https://history.princeton.edu/scholarly-series/modern-europe-workshop
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=566&fiel
writing a global history of time 1870s 1950s
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/writing-global-history-time-1870s-1950s
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=566&fiel
jonathan haslam a new history of soviet intelligence
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/jonathan-haslam-new-history-soviet-intell
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=566&fiel
china s cultural revolution a people s history 1962 1976
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/china%E2%80%99s-cultural-revolution-peopl
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=551&fiel
johanna fernandez when the world was their stage a history of the young lords party 1968 1974
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/johanna-fernandez-when-world-was-their-st
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=551&fiel
ari kelman from manassas to minnesota how the civil war bled into the indian wars
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/ari-kelman-manassas-minnesota-how-civil-w
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=551&fiel
american political history seminar white southerners and the fate of american liberalism
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/american-political-history-seminar-white-
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=566&fiel
remaking the world order
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/remaking-world-order

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Events Funding | Department of History
https://history.princeton.edu/events-funding
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Vigil Held for Xiyue Wang | Department of History
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/news/vigil-held-xiyue-wang
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African History Workshop - ''Agricultural Involutionu201d in Northern Ghana: From Family to Gendered Harvest-Sharing' | Department of
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Sarah M. Dinovelli '18 Awarded Carter Kim Combe '74 Princeton History Prize | Department of History
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/news/sarah-m-dinovelli-18-awarded-carter-kim-com
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Distribution Requirements | Department of History
https://history.princeton.edu/academics/undergraduate/distribution-requirements
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Archive | Department of History
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Archive | Department of History
https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/archive?field_seminar_series_tid=551&fiel
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Jeremy Adelman | Department of History
https://history.princeton.edu/people/jeremy-adelman
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Kevin M. Kruse | Department of History
https://history.princeton.edu/people/kevin-m-kruse
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Courses | Department of History
https://history.princeton.edu/academics/undergraduate/courses
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https://history.princeton.edu/centers-programs/history-science/people 20.190.680.11yes190700000
http://wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn 10.150.840.06-1--1-1-1-111
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https://history.princeton.edu/centers-programs/shelby-cullom-davis-center 10.150.610.04-1--1-1-1-100
https://history.princeton.edu/academics/undergraduate/current-majors/study-abroad 10.150.560.03-1--1-1-1-100

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https://history.princeton.edu/ 720.150.873.350.98yes202730000
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Random 'history FAQs', may be related to more specific topics, not general history topic.

HISTORY FAQs

DC HISTORY CENTER & COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES.

Q: How good is your department in…?
A: If you want to do research in psychology at the University of Toronto, you will need to apply to a graduate program.
Q: What kind of financial aid does your department provide?
A: All admitted students receive a five-year financial package that provides a stipend and pays tuition. The first-year fellowship pays tuition and currently provides a stipend of $30,780 for twelve months.
Q: What is the History department code?
A: The application code for the History department is H20PH.
Q: What is your "institution code"?
A: The institutional code number for reporting GRE scores to Northwestern's Graduate School is 1565. There is no separate code for the History department.
Q: What is the National Museum of American History doing to make visits safer considering COVID-19?
A: Wear a mask, don’t touch things, and stay 6 feet away from other people.
Q: What is the DC History Center?
A: The Historical Society of Washington, D.C. is a library and museum that is free and open to the public.
Q: Why is the DC History Center located in the Carnegie Library?
A: The Carnegie Library in Washington, D.C. was built in 1903 and served as a public library until 1972. The building then sat unused until 1999, when the DC History Center was granted a lease to open and operate an urban history museum.

ADMISSIONS PROCESS AND REQUIREMENTS?.

Q: What is the TOEFL or IELTS requirement for foreign applicants?
A: The minimum TOEFL score for most foreign students was 90 for the internet-based test, 233 for the computer-based test, and 577 for the paper-based test. Foreign applicants who have attended English-speaking universities may be exempt from the TOEFL requirement.
Q: What is the application deadline?
A: The application deadline for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program is December 1.
Q: How do I select a quarter of entry that is not showing as an option in the online application?
A: I'm having problems with my online application.

There are two possible problems: 1) you are trying to apply for an inappropriate quarter (we only admit for the Fall), or 2) if you know that the quarter you are trying to select is appropriate, you may be using an outdated application. You will need to start a new online application (set up a new account).
Q: What if I am having trouble uploading application documents (or other application issues)?
A: Submit your online application and pay the fee. Then you can access your uploader. If you are still unable to upload your documents, contact the CAS Office of Graduate Admissions.
Q: How do I upload a transcript to the online application so it is the right size?
A: 1. Scan your transcript at a maximum resolution of 300dpi for black and white documents and 200dpi for color documents.

2. Be sure to scan and upload both sides of the transcript.
Q: What happens if my letters or test scores arrive after the December 1 deadline?
A: You should submit your letters and test scores by December 1 in order to guarantee that they will be considered by the faculty during the admissions process.
Q: Who makes the decision about my application?
A: No.
Q: What is the average GPA of your admitted students?
A: The average GPA for our admitted students is 3.71 for undergraduates and 3.87 for graduates.
Q: What is the exit interview?
A: Your advisor can help you select a minor that will complement your history major and advance your personal and professional goals. The capstone should bring together all that you have learned in the history classes you have taken. All History majors complete an on-line exit interview before they graduate.

DECISION NOTIFICATION AND WRITING SAMPLE BE SUBMITTED.

Q: When will I be notified of a decision?
A: The Director of Graduate Studies contacts fellowship recipients in February.
Q: What type of writing sample should I submit?
A: Submit a writing sample with your application.
Q: How long should the writing sample be?
A: No page limit.
Q: How can I be sure I am taking my classes in the right order?
A: You should always consult with your advisor before adding or dropping a class. Adding a class your advisor hasn't approved of can delay your graduation, and dropping a class can hurt your financial aid, scholarship eligibility, athletic eligibility, immigration status, or insurance coverage.
Q: What math should I take?
A: Entering freshmen should take the on-line math placement test and then carefully watch prerequisites when choosing their math, statistics or logic classes.
Q: How long should I plan for my visit to the museum?
A: It depends on what you want to see and how long you want to spend at each exhibit.

HOW DO I

Q: How do I apply for financial assistance?
A: The regular application is the application for financial aid.
Q: How do my recommenders submit letters on my behalf?
A: Letters of recommendation must be submitted online.
Q: Who should write my letters of recommendation?
A: You should have at least one academic reference, but two is preferred. If you don't have two academic references, you can use a reference from work or an internship.
Q: How do I submit a fee waiver request?
A: Email history-admissions@umich.edu if you think you should get a fee waiver.
Q: How will I know if my application and supporting documents have been received?
A: 1. Submit your application and pay the fee.

2. Rackham will contact you with instructions for checking your application status via Wolverine Access.

3. Check your application status and make sure everything has been received.

4. If you are offered admission, accept or decline the offer.

5. Pay your enrollment deposit.

WHERE CAN I FIND

Q: Where can I find out more about your graduate program?
A: This website contains information about Northwestern's PhD program in English. The program offers interdisciplinary strengths, degree requirements, a scholarly environment, and recent graduate awards and placements.
Q: When do AP® US History scores typically come out?
A: The 2023 AP® US History exam is on Fri, May 5, 2023, at 8am local time. It will be offered as a traditional paper-and-pencil test or as an in-school digital exam on computers. Scores will be released in July 2023.
Q: Where can I find past AP® US History exams?
A: You can retake the AP® US History exam as many times as you want, but it is recommended that you wait until your junior or senior year of high school to take the course. You can find practice questions on the College Board's AP® Central website.
Q: Where do students live?
A: If you want to study international relations at a graduate level,you should apply to the School of International Service at AmericanUniversity.

FINAL EXAMS AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES + FELLOWSHIPS.

Q: When are my final exams?
A: If you need to switch your major to history, see an advisor who will update your record electronically. As for switching from one department to another, you do not need to notify the department you are switching out of. Your major will change on your record automatically.
Q: What are my funding opportunities?
A: The University of Chicago does not offer full scholarships for undergraduates. However, they do offer a variety of financial aid packages that can cover the cost of tuition. Students are automatically considered for merit-based funding, and enrolled students are invited to apply for Fellowship opportunities.
Q: What fellowships are being offered this year?
A: The department has a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. We have a diverse faculty and student body. We offer a wide range of research and teaching opportunities. We have a strong commitment to research and teaching excellence.

GRADUATE COMMUNITY, RACKHAM'S ROLE, MUSEUM ADMISSION COST.

Q: What should my Statement of Purpose look like?
A: My scholarly and professional interests include public history, museum studies, and historic preservation. I am interested in developing my skills in these areas, as well as gaining a deeper understanding of the field of public history. I believe that a MA in Public History will help me to achieve my goals and provide me with the skills and knowledge that I need to pursue a career in this field.
Q: What does the graduate community look like?
A: The History Department's graduate community is inclusive and supportive, with plenty of events to help students feel connected to their classmates.
Q: What role does Rackham have in the admissions process?
A: If you are admitted to the History PhD program, you are a student of Rackham Graduate School and the College of Literature, Science and Arts (LSA).
Q: How much does admission to the museum cost?
A: The National Museum of American History is always free to enter. However, there may be a fee for special exhibitions.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND APPLICATION PROCESS DETAILS.

Q: What documents do you require for admission?
A: The application form, application fee, statement of purpose, letters of recommendation, transcripts, and writing sample must be submitted electronically through the Graduate School.
Q: What languages do I need?
A: Yes, you will need to be proficient in the primary language required for your research.
Q: How many applications do you receive?
A: Approximately 18 students are accepted into the program each year, out of an average of 350-400 applicants.
Q: What units do you use?
A: The Archive is a library where researchers can come to study the history of humankind. They use a mix of digital and physical books, and have a wide variety of resources available. They also have Athanasy, a health plan that keeps researchers looking young or old, depending on their preference.

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