The B.A. degree in History is for students interested in a wide range of career choices ranging from education to law to the business world. The history major consists of two tracks: history and history with teacher certification. Students pursuing the history track will take upper-level courses that provide a broad foundation for the study of history, including advanced study in one of four concentrations: U.S. history, western civilization, world history and interdisciplinary / thematic history.

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  • History of Access to Public Libraries in the American South 

    Johnson, Renee (2016-04-19)
    Paper detailing the historical access to public libraries citizens had in the southern United States. It also includes a poster on the different levels of library access based on demographics such as gender, race, age, and ...
  • Failing to Profit from Genocide: How Georgia Facilitated, but Failed to Reward, the Pony Club as a Method of Cherokee Removal 

    Craft, Valerie (2016)
    Paper written on the Pony Club, a group who helped to remove Cherokee Indians from Georgia but never profited from the land. Includes a poster explaining exactly what the Pony Club was.
  • GGC History, Issue 17 

    Rawls, Richard
    November 2019 issue of GGC History, a newsletter published by Georgia Gwinnett College's history department.
  • GGC History, Issue 15 

    Rawls, Richard (2018-08)
    February 2018 issue of GGC History, a newsletter published by Georgia Gwinnett College's history department.
  • Gwinnett County, A Bicentennial Celebration 

    Gagnon, Michael (2018-07-25)
    Chronicles the two-hundred year history of Gwinnett County. Includes information on the evolution from rural to suburban, slavery, and the removal of Native-Americans from the county. Nineteen pages.
  • How Advertising created the "Real Housewives" of the 1950s 

    Cropanese, Valerie (2013)
    Gives examples on how 1950s advertising helped to establish the stereotypes of the American housewife.
  • GGC History, Issue 14 

    Rawls, Richard (2018-02)
    February 2018 issue of GGC History, a newsletter published by Georgia Gwinnett College's history department. Contains four pages.
  • GGC History, Issue 13 

    Rawls, Richard (2017-11)
    November 2017 issue of GGC History, a newsletter published by Georgia Gwinnett College's history department. Contains four pages.
  • GGC History, Issue 11 

    Rawls, Richard (2016-10)
    October 2016 issue of GGC History, a newsletter published by Georgia Gwinnett College's history department. Contains four pages.
  • GGC History News, Issue 9 

    Rawls, Richard (2016-02)
    February 2016 issue of GGC History, a newsletter published by Georgia Gwinnett College's history department. Contains four pages.
  • GGC History News, Issue 8 

    Rawls, Richard (2015-10)
    October 2015 issue of GGC History, a newsletter published by Georgia Gwinnett College's history department. Contains four pages.
  • GGC History, Issue 12 

    Rawls, Richard (2017-04)
    April 2017 issue of GGC History, a newsletter published by Georgia Gwinnett College's history department. Contains four pages.
  • Modern Interpretations on the Origins of the First World War: A Historiography 

    Donau (2013)
    Gives facts regarding the relevance of the First World War in modern times. Has examples on how learning from that war can prevent future wars a century later.
  • Historiography of the Black Panther Party 

    Farley, Takita (2013)
    History of the Black Panther party and what contributed to its fall. Also includes selected works related to the history and politics of the organization.
  • Gender in the Holocaust: Experiences of Women 

    Trifoso, Jessica (2013)
    Gives details on the unique experience of Jewish women in the Holocaust in comparison to their male counterparts. It focuses on Ravensbruck, Theresienstadt, and Aushwitz.
  • Jackie Kennedy: The True Essence of Camelot 

    Wages, Becca (2013)
    A photo presentation of Jackie Kennedy's life and family. With comparisons to Camelot royalty.
  • Georgia, Slavery, and the Missouri Compromise 

    Rayman, Jessica (2018-07-19)
    Provides information on how the state of Georgia reacted to the Missouri Compromise and how it affected their use of slaves.
  • Eugene Debs And American Socialism 

    Knezovic, Denis (2013)
    Discusses Eugene Debs and what led to him becoming involved with socialism. Details his involvement with the Pullman Strike and his forming of a railroad union.
  • The Iroquois Influence in Colonial New York 

    Nichols, Sarah (2013)
    This presentation describes the influence and political power of the Iroquois in Colonial New York. The project gives details on their role in King George's War and their relationships with the settlers.
  • Historiography of Women in British Colonial America (1600-1783) 

    Botts, Amanda (2013-04-23)
    This paper is a historiography of the roles and opportunities of women in the American British colonies. This work uses the general history of the women’s field and shows how early American scholarship has evolved along ...

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