Katie Thostenson at Roman ruins in Cologne

Graduate School in History: To Go or Not To Go?

Today we're excited to start a four-part series meant to help prospective students, current students, and alumni who are thinking about continuing their historical studies in graduate school. Helping us out are three of our alumni who are either in a doctoral program in history or have recently finished one: Noel Stringham '07 is a doctoral … Continue reading Graduate School in History: To Go or Not To Go?

Ruben Rivera

What’s New in 2014-2015? Our Faculty

Now that we're past the busyness of Welcome Week and the start of classes, it's high time we get back to blogging here at AC 2nd. We'll start with three posts sharing what's new in the department. First, comings and goings on our faculty: • Ruben Rivera is continuing in a new role that he started last spring, as the university's interim … Continue reading What’s New in 2014-2015? Our Faculty

Faculty Update, Fall 2013: Publications

Several Bethel History professors have had recent publications, or will soon see their work appear in print: • Prof. Diana Magnuson surveyed the recent, challenging past of Bethel Seminary in A Time of Transformation, Bethel Seminary 1982-2012, eds. James and Carole Spickelmier, a new history of that institution that picks up where Missionsskolan, by her … Continue reading Faculty Update, Fall 2013: Publications