09/19/2018 - David Sepkoski has spent his career blending the fields of science and history.
- Welcoming Professor David Sepkoski to the History at Illinois Faculty as the Thomas M. Siebel Chair in History of Science at Illinois
- Professor Marsha Barrett answers the question: What should we make of the ‘68 Chicago Democratic Convention now?
08/16/2018 - It was an event that seemed to encapsulate the tumult of the 1960s. Police clashed violently with anti-war protesters in Chicago’s streets. Party factions waged political battle within the hall.
08/16/2018 - Brandon Nakashima went on a fruitful
- Professor Nobili Receives NEH Grant for his Project, "Restoring the African Past: A Synoptic Edition and Translation of Two West African Arabic Chronicles."
08/08/2018 - Professor Mauro Nobili has been awarded a Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for $1
- Professor Tariq Ali’s book talk at ULAB (University of the Liberal Arts) in Dhaka, draws a large crowd to celebrate and discuss his work
07/25/2018 - In a recent issue of Perspectives, the monthly publication of the American Historical Association,
07/16/2018 - The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences has announced the recipients of its 2018 annual alumni awards.
06/15/2018 - Madeline Alvendia, a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champiagn, has been awarded a James Madison Fellowship by the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation of Alexandria, VA in
- Professor Emeritus, Winton Solberg, Chronicles How Big Ten Brought Order to College Football, Then Lost Its Way
04/09/2018 - The University of Illinois is reaffirming the significance of the arts and humanities by launching a new graduate fellowship program intended to attract the best and brightest students in these fie
02/19/2018 - The narratives of black emancipation and white settlement are usually separated in U.S. and Canadian history, but they are actually intertwined, says Professor Asaka.
02/07/2018 - Slavery and racism played their roles in planting beliefs about race and racial difference, but so did medicine, says Prof. Rana Hogarth in her new book.
01/29/2018 - The University's Open Illinois resource website provides undocumented and DACA students information and tools that will support their succe
01/16/2018 - The Humanities Without Walls Consortium, funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, fosters interdisciplinary, collaborative research, teaching, and scholarship in the humanities, sponsoring new areas of inquiry that cannot be created or maintained without cross-institutional cooperation.