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Department of History
Faculty hire, expected as early as Fall 2018, will further position UNLV history department as leader in the study of the Intermountain West.
A unique teaching model at UNLV engages students in the classroom and empowers them beyond it.
Barrick Museum display for Dia de los Muertos welcomes additions through this week.
It wasn't a popular decision to tear down Maude Frazier Hall, but the demolition had a silver lining for preservationists.
As both a graduate and a history professor, Michael Green has watched UNLV’s growth with some awe. It’s future, he says, will be all the more astonishing.
New book on 19th century Mexican community proves a written tradition, previously assumed to have ended around the battle for independence, continued beyond.
History professor finds the humanity in a Barrick Museum exhibit meditating on the minutiae of atomic testing history.
The featured speakers from UNLV Creates share their wishes for this fall's incoming students.
Jon Huntsman Sr. gift honors Sen. Harry Reid and will help position UNLV history department as leader in study of the Intermountain West.
Oral historian Claytee White has spent a career recording Las Vegans’ personal histories. Now she speaks about her own remarkable roots.
Three UNLV students win coveted nationally competitive grants to study, research, and teach abroad.
UNLV professor Andy Kirk's "Doom Towns" takes a ground-level view of ground zero, and presents it in the form of graphic novel about Las Vegas' position in the atomic firmament.
Five flapper myths to bust your notion of Roaring Twenties fashion as the UNLV Public History Project prepares to invade the Mob Museum.
Professor Michael Green offers a history lesson in how to say the state's name.
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History In The News
Chill. We’re not talking about the candidates.
Nevada has had a few cases head to the U.S. Supreme Court over the years. There was once was a sheriff who requested a passenger list from William Crendall – who said no. And that was the spark that led to Nevada’s first Supreme Court case.
In the wake of the headlines being made across the country and in Nevada about sexual harassment and discrimination, UNLV professor Michael Green looks back at some of the most famous sex scandals in Nevada’s political history.
Las Vegas plays host this weekend to the national Women’s March for 2018, something organizers say demonstrates Nevada’s importance in this year’s elections.
Once confined to gyms and studios, yoga pants are now widely accepted attire in many social settings, from the office to the classroom. And this rise in yoga pants as everyday clothing is contributing to a decline in the price of cotton.
Director of Instructional Development & Research; Associate Graduate Faculty, Department of History
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Associate Professor, History
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