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History is the branch of knowledge that deals with of past events, in reference to human affairs.

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Welcome to the Langston Hughes Memorial Library.  We are here to assist you with all of your academic and scholarly requests. You can't see us, but we are here. We have a LibChat widgets that allows you to chat with us, concerning how we can assist you, with any academic inquires you may have. We look forward to working with you.

 Listed in the LHML Resources Box are  A-Z Databases in LHML Website. You can refer to these Databases to locate Scholarly/Peer Reviewed articles for research in the History subject area.

Overview

What is History?

  • History is the study of the past.
  • History is the study of events occurring before the invention of writing systems are considered prehistory.
  • "History" is an umbrella term that relates to past events as well as the memory, discovery, collection, organization, presentation, and interpretation of information about these event.

 A history degree can lead to jobs as: a historian, curator, archivist, librarian, teacher or lawyer.

Jobs for History

  • High school history teacher
  • Community college history lecturer
  • College or university history professor
  • Government historian
  • Historical consultant
  • Political advisor
  • Museum curator
  • Archivist
  • Lawyer
  • Researcher
  • Analyst
  • Diplomat
  • Journalist
  • Writer

Jobs for History graduates

Study of History at Lincoln University

Students Will be able to:

  • Demonstrate content knowledge of key people, events, and themes in African, European, African American and American histories.
  • Critically analyze pivotal historical events in Africa, Europe, and the Americas.
  • Identify, distinguish and properly use primary and secondary sources.
  • Demonstrate content knowledge of historical research techniques.
  • Communicate effectively in written format.
  • Identify, compare and evaluate contrasting historiographies

Please see the University Catalog for more information and program requirements.

For more information contact the History, Political Science & Philosophy Department.

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Ugochi Nwachuku
Contact:
212 Langston Hughes Memorial Library
484-365-7350