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The study of history enables students to understand change and continuity across time in the United States, Europe and the world.
History majors at Emmanuel have the opportunity to look at cultures and civilizations both nearby and remote as they study Boston’s neighborhoods, the Iberian presence in the Atlantic world or the ideals of the ancient Chinese. Examining instances of beauty, progress and success on the world stage as well as episodes of carnage, cruelty and injustice familiarizes students with the range and commonality of human experience and gives perspective on the present.
Analyzing historical records and interpretations enables students to become more perceptive, confident and sophisticated writers and thinkers. The department provides training in research methods, theories of history, and the opportunity for applied work through a broad range of internship choices in archives, libraries, museums, and governmental and media agencies.
Emmanuel’s history program takes students far behind names and dates, encouraging the analyzation of historic events and ideologies to explore the range and commonality of the human experience and its influence on the present.See what we offer
OUR FACULTY AND STUDENTS
Faculty research, publish and present in their field and often collaborate side-by-side with students to help them explore their disciplines in greater depth, building on knowledge gained in the classroom and offering a unique hands-on, real-world experience. At Emmanuel, there’s an energy on campus that brings people and ideas together - in the classroom, across campus, throughout Boston and beyond.Learn more about who we are
Small classes, big advantages
History Department faculty provide students with training in research methods and theories of history, spanning the globe, time and the commonality of the human experience.Meet Our Faculty
History major Katherine Harrington '16 landed an internship at Marine Museum in ...Read More
Equipped with a well-rounded liberal arts and sciences education and real-world experience within their disciplines, Emmanuel graduates go on to make their mark at companies and organizations locally, nationally and internationally. Many students also choose to continue their education at the master’s or doctorate level. Check out where some of our recent graduates are thriving!Take a glimpse at our outcomes
Class of 2015: Where We Work
|Corps Member||City Year||History|
|Records Management||Commonwealth of Massachusetts||History|
|Special Education Teacher||Haverhill Public Schools||History|
|Teacher||Matignon High School||History|
|Teaching Assistant||Milton Public Schools||History|
Class of 2015: Where We Attend Grad School
|M.A., Human Rights||Kingston University London||History|
|M.Ed., Higher Education in Student Affairs||Salem State University||History|
Whether you are a current Emmanuel student or a prospective student exploring Emmanuel for the first time, we can help you determine what’s next. Schedule a meeting with your Academic Advisor, connect with the Career Center or the Office of International Programs to explore internship or study abroad options, or contact the Office of Admissions to set up a campus tour.Explore your next steps
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