students and faculty at an olive oil tasting in Greece
Posted May 29th, 2018
The 360° brought together three courses: "The Politics of Food,” “Food and Archaeology in Greece, Past and Present,” and “Food and the Transnational City.”
Posted January 10th, 2018
A former Delaware County Deputy District Attorney, Copeland has most recently served with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Philadelphia in its Narcotics and Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force.
Leah Baer ’19
Posted December 18th, 2017
Leah Baer ’19 spent the summer as an interpreter at Gettysburg.
AIDS at Home
Posted October 23rd, 2017
Students from the Bryn Mawr College History Department’s Queering Public History, Approaches to Historical Praxis, and Historical Imagination courses were among those who viewed the exhibition.
Posted February 21st, 2017
Truitt teaches courses on networks in the Middle Ages; medieval science, medicine, and technology; intellectual history, including the history of magic; and courtly culture.
Posted July 25th, 2016
“This experience has shown me how the system really works,” says Angela. “I had a notion of how things work but being able to get a hands-on experience has made it a lot clearer to me.”
Associate Professor of History Elly Truitt with students
Posted June 6th, 2016
Truitt will be able to expand the scope of her research to include much more of the Arabic scientific tradition.