We are a department that supports diversity in the rigorous and open discussion of the past. Our research reflects a comprehensive and critical interpretation of history. In our teaching and engagement, we strive to include students of all gender identities, races, ethnicities, sexualities, abilities, ages, nationalities, religious beliefs and non-beliefs, and socio-economic backgrounds. Reflecting our university, we are committed to creating a learning community that values equality and challenges prejudice.

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