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Graduate School 101 for the Curious History Major

I've already written a little about the decision between taking a gap year and jumping straight into graduate school, but once you answer that question you still have to decide where you might want to go after the gap year. I'll provide a couple of questions that you might want to think about when making… Continue reading Graduate School 101 for the Curious History Major

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Why Every History Major Should Seriously Consider the Gap Year

So having just returned from the Latin American Studies conference in Austin, graduate school is on my mind. I am taking time after graduation to serve in the PeaceCorps and I have been thinking a lot about why I made that decision. In this article, I am going to explain why I believe a gap… Continue reading Why Every History Major Should Seriously Consider the Gap Year

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History, Religion, and the Bladensburg Memorial Cross

Over the past few weeks, my American Religious History class has been grappling with the question "was America founded as a Christian nation?" We have thought about whether the founders envisioned a Christian country, why people have argued about this question for the past 200 years, and why it matters. The question is fascinating for… Continue reading History, Religion, and the Bladensburg Memorial Cross