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Current News

Institute Fellows for 2013-2014

Posted: May 29, 2013

IHS theme for 2013-14 announced

Posted: Oct 4, 2012

How families shaped the early modern Atlantic world

Posted: Jan 28, 2011

"Centering Families" conference, Feb. 28 – March 1, 2011, AT&T Center

Symposium Discusses New Monograph on Civil War

Posted: Sep 10, 2010

Discussion will explore the 1860-61 Secession Crisis for Americans

IHS Visiting Research Fellows Announced, 2010-11

Posted: Jul 20, 2010

Fellows to take part in the first of two-year study on "Power and Place"

Faculty mentor schoolteachers at Humanities Texas June Institute

Posted: Jul 18, 2010

IHS co-sponsors continuing education institute for middle and high school teachers in Texas

Vincent Brown visits the IHS

Posted: Oct 28, 2009

Harvard Professor to hold Book Discussion and Workshop, Screen Documentary

Latin America and the Cold War Conference

Posted: Oct 23, 2009

Thu, October 29, 2009 1:15 PM • GAR 4.100

Historian Examines Coca-Cola, Latin America Diplomacy and Globalization

Posted: Oct 23, 2009

Monday October 26, 2009, 12:00 PM • Garrison Hall (GAR), Room 4.100

Historian of modern France gives lecture

Posted: Oct 21, 2009

John Merriman, a prolific scholar of modern France, will explore the history of terrorist violence in a lecture on Oct. 9 entitled "Émile Henry's Bomb at the Café Terminus: The Origins of Modern Terrorism in Fin-de-Siècle Paris."

IHS Visiting Research Fellows Announced, 2009-10

Posted: Jul 24, 2009

Historical scholars to examine global borders from a variety of perspectives

Looking Ahead: Workshops and Guest Presenters in 2009-2010

Posted: Jul 8, 2009

Workshop series begins September 14, 2009 and runs through May 3, 2010

Nation-State and Transnational Environment Conference hosted by Institute

Posted: Mar 27, 2009

Conference to explore ways nation-states have attempted to find international solutions to global environmental problems

IHS to co-sponsor Black Urban Atlantics Conference

Posted: Mar 27, 2009

April 2-3, 2009

Institute hosts Workshop for Black History Month

Posted: Feb 3, 2009

Workshop to explore new Texas Black History Preservation Project

IHS and Odyssey Program present History Lecture Series

Posted: Sep 14, 2008

"Global Borders: Looking Back to Look Forward," will examine the concept of borders across political, philosophical, cultural, social understandings.

Institute's 2008-09 Doctoral Research Grant Recipients Announced

Posted: Aug 1, 2008

The travel stipends will be used by graduate students of the History department to conduct research in archives located around the world, including Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, England, Mexico, and Venezuela.

Kathleen Canning, Director of the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies to speak at UT

Posted: Apr 5, 2008

Friday, April 18, 12:00 noon, in Garrison 1.102

The Institute for Historical Studies announces a talk by Professor Kathleen Canning (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) on "Sexual Crisis, Citizenship and the State of Emergency in Germany, 1916-1920."

IHS Appoints External Research Fellows for 2008-09

Posted: Mar 25, 2008

The IHS has appointed five external research fellows for 2008-09 from an extraordinarily talented and diverse pool of over 230 applicants.

Institute for Historical Studies celebrates founding, launches programs

Posted: Jan 31, 2008

The UT History Department announces the founding of the Institute for Historical Studies and the beginning of its programs and other initiatives with a public reception on January 31, 2008.

Institute for Historical Studies Created

Posted: Oct 24, 2007

IHS to serve as part of UT President William Powers Jr.'s initiative

The Institute for Historical Studies is one part of university President William Powers Jr.'s initiative to make UT-Austin the leading public university in the nation. The History Department has also significantly increased funding for graduate students to offer nationally competitive stipend packages and plans to hire eight additional senior faculty.

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