Our graduate students may pursue interdisciplinary specializations in
- Digital Humanities,
- Ethnic Studies,
- Great Plains Studies,
- Medieval and Renaissance Studies,
- Nineteenth Century Studies,
- Women’s and Gender Studies, and
- International Human Rights and Diversity.
Each summer the department publishes an annual report detailing the achievements of our faculty and students. Read the 2013-2014 newsletter as well as other past newsletters.
History Graduate Students’ Association (HGSA)
The History Graduate Students’ Association of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln aims to build and maintain a collegial graduate student community and represent the interests of this community to University faculty, staff, and administration. Every History graduate student is welcome to be an HGSA member, participate in our formal and informal meetings, attend professional development workshops, run for our leadership positions, and help organize the annual James A. Rawley Graduate Conference in the Humanities. Please feel free to contact us with any questions about the program, institution, or our community at email@example.com. To learn more about us go to the HGSA website. Contact: HGSA Courtney Herber; Department of History; 612 Oldfather Hall; Lincoln, NE 68588 Phone: (402) 472-2414 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University’s Office of Graduate Studies offers a wide variety of resources for both prospective and current students, including information on applying, forms and deadlines, funding opportunities, and the Graduate Studies Catalog.