The College's Discovering Our Past Project is adding five new African American history tours to the multi-media website.
In honor of Black History Month, several CofC departments, clubs, organizations and offices are sponsoring events that explore Black culture, history and contemporary issues.
Bernard Powers will speak to members of the Class of 2020 at two of the College of Charleston's commencement ceremonies on Oct. 10, 2020.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment, Associate Professor of history Sandy Slater looks back at the women's suffrage movement and where it has brought us today.
As the vice president of SE10, a global public relations firm, Damian Joseph '05 relies on the skills he learned as a history major at the College: making human connections through words and images that tell a story.
One CofC professor specializing in the history of disease and public health offers a helpful perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kicking off Black History Month, “History Makers & Trailblazers” will take a closer look at the history of access, equity and inclusivity at CofC.
The research of history professor Adam Domby helped bring down a Confederate statue and is the basis of a new book on the South’s “Lost Cause” narrative.
Cappy Yarbrough '18 has found her future in pursing a master's degree in history through the Graduate School of the University of Charleston, S.C.
The little-known history of the College's role in the American Revolutionary War will come to life on Cistern Yard during a living-history event on Saturday Nov. 9, 2019.