News and Events
Keep track of all events and news for the Department of History & American Indian Studies.
Dr. Kristin Mapel Bloomberg (Hamline University) spoke on “‘In the thickest of the fray’: Cora Smith Eaton and the Struggle for Woman Suffrage in North Dakota” in conjunction with the dedication of a new National Votes for Women Trail marker in Grand Forks.
Pioneer Mother Monuments is the first book to delve into the long and complex history of remembering, forgetting, and rediscovering pioneer monuments. It was awarded the 2020 Gita Chaudhuri Prize and the 2020 Fred B. Kniffen Book Award and named an honorable mention for the 2020 Armitage-Jameson Prize.
UND and the City of Grand Forks honored Dr. Berg Burin's efforts to promote social justice and combat human trafficking.
New book explores monstrosity and borderlands in the early modern era.
Air Force combat pilot recognized similarities between British strategy for the American Revolution and his experiences in Afghanistan.