The department of history enthusiastically supports and contributes to Xavier University's commitment to being an institution for which the intellectual pursuit of the truth, enriched by value-oriented teaching and active scholarship, is the highest priority.

The history faculty engages in research and is active in a wide array of professional and civic organizations. It is, however, first and foremost a teaching faculty. The faculty is readily available to students during regularly scheduled office hours. Students are encouraged to participate in history-related activities outside the classroom. Classes are small, and students and faculty get to know each other on an individual basis.

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Submissions from 2016

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Xavier University: Ignatian Discussions of Im/Migration, Christine Anderson

Submissions from 2014

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A cautionary tale: France and World War I, Rachel Chrastil

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Justice in the Era of Little Data, Rachel Chrastil

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Quantitative Literacy and the Humanities, Rachel Chrastil

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Quantitative Literacy and the Humanities, Rachel Chrastil

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Review: Moss, Rachel, E. Fatherhood and its Representations in Middle English Texts., Marita Von Weissenberg

Submissions from 2012

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Education, Citizenship, and African American Community in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati: Issues of Social, Cultural, and Human Capital, M. Christine Anderson and Nancy E. Bertaux