Department of History
Winthrop's Department of History is home to several faculty members who cover a wide range of fields and who have been honored with numerous awards. The department offers programs of study leading to the B.A. and M.A.
The Department of History is located in Bancroft Hall on the Winthrop campus.
The history department is pleased to announce that the Louise Pettus Archives & Special Collections is hosting an exhibition entitled "A Stitch in Time: Winthrop Uniforms 1895-1910" which will run until January 2014. This exhibition features the work of Alison Boulton, a graduate student within the department, who helped to recreate the historic uniforms for the exhibit. Please see the News and Events page for more details and be sure to visit the archives to view the exhibit for yourself.
Congratulations to history interns Brierly Wills, Andrew Harris, Sarah McDonald, and BeAnna Wilburn, whose work in Louise Pettus Archives is featured in the September issue of YC Magazine. Working with Dr. Eddie Lee, these students uncovered two important historical photograph collections. One details social life in 19th-century South Carolina, while the other documents Winthrop’s evolution from 1962 to 2008.
Please check the history department's News and Events page for details about exciting opportunities, including cultural events sponsored by the history department, and departmental news. Are you a current student or alumni of the History Department and want to share your achievements? We would love to hear from you! Please send us your news at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!