Where History is Made

Journey across time and place - Explore diverse societies and cultures - Discover the connections that link present to past - and Make your own History!

Upcoming Events

58th Annual Webb Lecture

58th Annual Webb Lecture

Total Eclipse of the Heart

Total Eclipse
Clio and the Marketplace

History Applied

A Liberal Arts Education in the 21st Century Marketplace.

Internship opportunities at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Alberto Ortiz-Diaz

PAST IS PRESENT: History in the News

If you think History is "old news" you might want to think again. Check out these recent feature stories that relate to subjects our students are currently studying.

Godfrey Hounsfield stands beside the EMI-Scanner in 1972

Fifty Years Ago, the First CT Scan Let Doctors See Inside a Living Skull

The possibility of precious objects hidden in secret chambers can really ignite the imagination. In the mid-1960s, British engineer Godfrey Hounsfield pondered whether one could detect hidden areas in Egyptian pyramids by capturing cosmic rays that passed through unseen voids.

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