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.
History professor Jason Coy is appearing in the Travel Channel's new show 'Witches of Salem,' a four-part docu-drama about the Salem Witch Trials, airing on Sundays at 10 p.m.
It’s an increasingly divisive time to work in the news media. These CofC grads are on the front line of a fast-changing industry.
The College of Charleston will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, March 27, 2019, to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the hallmark Supreme Court decision Brown vs. Board of Education.
Professor emerita Amy McCandless will present “Taking on the Spirit and Tone of Robust Manliness: Women at the College of Charleston Between the World Wars” on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019.
History professor Lisa Pinley Covert has a received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award to assist in her study of cultural patrimony in Mexico and Peru.