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  • History

    October 4, 2023

    Award Recipient Travels to Vietnam

    Samuel Watson is triple majoring in chemical engineering, Asia Studies (Southeast Asia), and economics. 

    His honor thesis project is based in Vietnam and specifically looks into how relations in the country have normalized, asking how the country was able to reunify so effectively in just a generation or two after the Vietnam War.

  • HistoryPhilosophyReligious Studies A bookshelf with brightly colored books

    September 29, 2023

    10 things to know about the Undergraduate Research Experience

    Blog post by Hailee Nance

    Published September 29, 2023 HistoryPhilosophyReligious Studies Activities Undergraduate Research Experience Faculty Erin Craft Students Lily Crigler

    Lily Crigler is an undergraduate history major who worked on the public history Undergraduate Research Experience last spring. We asked her a few questions about her time in the program, and here and 10 things you should know.

  • Philosophy Close up of an opened book

    September 29, 2023

    Undergraduate Philosophy Club Starts Another Semester

    Blog post by Hailee Nance

    Looking for a cozy club to have important discussions? On Tuesdays Jacqueline Schisler, a philosophy, neuroscience, and religious studies major, along with other members of the Undergraduate Philosophy Club come together (with snacks!) to participate in philosophical conversation.

  • September 13, 2023

    Letter to Freshmen

    Blog post by Arianna Smith

    Images fully released. Model releases are on file in Academic Enterprise Communications. A group of students pose for a photo of pure excitement. Taken during Sun Devil Welcome at Sun Devil Stadium on Tempe campus on August 16, 2022.
  • HistoryReligious Studies

    August 11, 2023

    Fall 2023 Courses to Add to Your Schedule

    Fall 2023 starts in less than a week. Is your schedule all set? If not, no worries! We have some great courses with open seats that you can add to your schedule – whether you are studying on campus or online.

  • Philosophy

    April 12, 2023

    Philosophy Summer Camp for high school students returns for a second year

    Last year, the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies hosted high school-age students for a week-long philosophy summer camp. The camp was a collaborative effort between graduate students in the philosophy program and philosophy faculty to get young students interested in philosophy and to understand what it entails.