Covers of Red Azalea, Old Weird America, and Ordinary Men

Faculty Favorites: Books

A new week gives you a new chance to get to know our faculty better. After starting with what movies they watch and music they listen to, today we're going to turn to the written word: what books they like to read and teach. What's your favorite book to teach in a course at Bethel? … Continue reading Faculty Favorites: Books

Annie Berglund in Seoul

Welcome Back to Bethel, Prof. Annie Berglund!

When HIS205U History of China, Korea, and Japan meets for the first time tonight, its professor will be making a return to our department: Annie Berglund graduated summa cum laude from Bethel in 2013 with a double-major in History and Social Studies Education. After teaching middle school for two years, Annie moved to Seoul in 2016 to earn a … Continue reading Welcome Back to Bethel, Prof. Annie Berglund!

What’s Happening This Spring in Bethel’s History Department?

This morning marks the beginning of the Spring 2019 semester at Bethel. What's happening this spring in the History Department? • Dr. Poppinga is taking a well-earned sabbatical, as Dr. Kooistra returns from her fall away from Bethel. • We have our largest enrollments ever in both Intro to History (30 students joining Dr. Magnuson) and Intro to … Continue reading What’s Happening This Spring in Bethel’s History Department?