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Quincy Mix and Rachel Simon will be headed to New York City this summer to participate in one of the university’s most prestigious internship programs.
James W. Loewen will talk about the rise of the neo-Confederate South in the 1890s and the shadow it still casts over America today.
A recurring theme of tuberculosis as "an easy and beautiful way to die" spurred Furman History professor's research.
University will partner with global analytics firm Gallup to study the impact of the university’s undergraduate experience and measure the effectiveness of The Furman Advantage.
Jedidiah Anderson, a visiting assistant professor, is teaching Furman’s first-ever Arabic class, focusing on Shami, the dialect spoken in Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and the Palestinian territories.
The proposed monument would be unlike any other in the state. History professor Steve O'Neill questions the motives of the lawmakers.
Elizabeth Campbell '18 and Katelyn Ammons Barnett '12 are the recipients of awards which promote Upstate history scholarship and literacy.
Jim Leavell, Herring Professor Emeritus of Asian Studies at Furman, will kick off the series with a talk about the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
The electronic database is valuable for researchers who want to understand the interplay of complex political themes, social movements and cultural ideas in late imperial China.