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Gannon University’s history program offers the rich benefits of an innovative education, a global worldview
and community ties that will help change you and change the world. Start your journey with Gannon and develop the analytical skills,
perspective and scholarship you need to obtain a career in diplomacy, higher education, international development, journalism, law, public policy
analysis, writing and more.
Gain real-world knowledge through key history courses
History through Arabic Literature: Gain a greater
understanding of the Arab world through the lens of literary
works written in Arabic from the sixth century until the
History Through Biography and Fiction: Travel to the
Library of Congress to research and then write your own
original work of historical fiction or biography.
Good and Evil: Reconciling the Holocaust: Travel to
Poland and Prague to examine the reality of the Holocaust
from multiple historical and theological perspectives through
this team-taught, cross-disciplinary course.
Our history program is designed for your success. Through
curriculum flexibility and high-quality educational opportunities,
“The faculty at Gannon are truly dedicated to each and every one of their students and seeing them succeed. Small class sizes allow professors to get to know each of their students on a personal level, and this brings professors to have a vested interest in each of their students success.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Peter AgrestiAssistant Professor
Carolyn BaughAssociate Professor
Alexandra HolbrookAssistant Professor
Suzanne RichardProfessorDir. Archeological Research
John VohlidkaAssociate ProfessorDirector, History Program
Brian CollingwoodAdjunct Lecturer
Kimber ForresterAdjunct Lecturer
Ann-Elizabeth KonsAdjunct Lecturer
Alexandra McLaughlinAdjunct Lecturer
Rebecca PerryAdjunct Lecturer
Nora SchillingerAdjunct Lecturer
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