Students made a statement with a cake at an end-of-semester gathering in Professor Sharon R. Ullman's Fall 2017 course HIST B303: Topics in American History: American "Fascisms."
History Class Representatives 2018-19, 2019-20
- Noelle Stockwell '20 (email@example.com)
- Tori Hatchell '20 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Emma Burns '19 (email@example.com)
- Katie Davenport '19 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Major representatives (often referred to as "major reps") represent their fellow history majors to the faculty, and are available to talk to students informally about the major and otherwise serve as a resource. They and other students help to organize extracurricular departmental events as well.
Interested in majoring in history at Bryn Mawr? Contact one of our major reps.
New Requirements for Majors
To learn more about majoring or minoring in history and how the current process works, read this message from the department posted in April 2020.
Professor Madhavi Kale, Chair
Professor Anita Kurimay
Internships and Experiential Learning Opportunities
The Career and Civic Engagement Center at Bryn Mawr provides information on a number of experiential learning opportunities of interest to history majors and minors. Not every internship is paid, but Bryn Mawr will often provide partial or full funding to students working unpaid internships, particularly during the summer.