In a story on Newsweek's site, Michael O'Malley, faculty member in the Department of History and Art History and associate director, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, discusses the relationship between "currency face-lifts" and public confidence, in reference to proposed Harriet Tubman twenty dollar bills.
Learn about an exciting new graduate certificate program in digital public humanities, developed jointly by Mason's Department of History and Art History, its Roy Rosezweig Center for History and New Media, and the Smithsonian Associates.
Joseph Genetin-Pilawa, an author and scholar of Native American studies, is a new history professor at George Mason. This fall, he will teach a section of HIST 389, Topics in U.S. History, on Native American history, and HIST 615, Problems in American History, on the topic of “Decolonizing Museums,” a graduate course on the representations of native peoples in museums.
Funded by U.S. Department of State, Rangel Scholars participate in selective six-week summer program at Howard University designed to develop knowledge of international affairs and related career opportunities.