The Department of History offers "excellence close to home" with our Master of Arts in History program. This program offers the same great faculty, small class sizes, highly individualized attention, and career counseling that our undergraduate program offers. We also offer Graduate Assistantships to select students who work with faculty members within the department in a teaching setting.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Nixon's Wars: Secrecy, Watergate, and the CIA, Chris Collins

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The Stress of Her Disregard: Britannia’s Suez Fiasco in Consideration of Anglo-American Diplomacy, Matthew Gerth

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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John Adams and Unitarian Theology, Wesley Edward Farmer

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The Persistence of Place in Appalachia: The Phenomena of Post-Death Migration, 1930-1970, Marjorie Fey Farris

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Moved by the Spirit: Evangelical Presbyterian Woman in the Early Modern Atlantic World, Chasity Dominique Hunt

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The Lexington, Kentucky Civil Rights Movement, Brandon J. Render

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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Local Color's Finest Hour: Kentucky Literature at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, Brian Clay Johnson

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Culture and the Sweet 16 Boys Basketball Tournament, James Corey Sayre

Theses/Dissertations from 2012

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The French and Indian Wars: New France's Situational Indian Policies During the Fox and Natchez Conflicts, 1701-1732, Stephen Jay Fohl

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Anti-Slavery and Church Schism among Protestants in Antebellum Central Kentucky, Lance Justin Hale

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Fermenting Identities: Race and Pulque Politics in Mexico City between 1519 and 1754, Neil Robert Kasiak

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The Process of Colonial Adaptation: English Responses to the 1692 Earthquake at Port Royal, Jamaica, Julie Yates Matlock

Theses/Dissertations from 2011

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Courting Toyota, Selling Kentucky: Conflict and Relationship Building in the Establishment of Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky, 1984-1989, Eric Shea Bailey

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Commitment Beyond Morality: American Complicity in the Massacre at El Mozote, El Salvador, 1981, Dustin Hill