Global History

The study of history is one foundation of a liberal arts education. Historical study is not the memorization of long lists of dates, names and places. It is an attempt to comprehend the past on its own terms, to consider the factors that lead to historical change, to enhance our understanding and appreciation of other cultures, to consider the human experience over time and place.

Requirements for the minor in Global History

18 s.h. in History at the 2000 level or above, including HIS 2100, from the following courses: HIS 2150, 2160, 2170, 3010, 3050, 3110, 3012, 3130, 3220, 3250, 3310, 3700, 3810, 3820, 4110, and 3850 (with permission of the department chair)

Program Faculty & Staff

Carl Dyke, Professor of History

Dr. Carl Dyke

Professor of History
(910) 630-7112
Karen Kletter, Professor of History

Dr. Karen Kletter

Professor of History
(910) 630-7079
Peter Murray, McLean Professor of History

Dr. Peter Murray

McLean Professor of History
(910) 630-7075
Patrick O'Neil, Associate Professor of History

Dr. Patrick O'Neil

Chair, History
(910) 630-7067
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