Dickinson will invite students back for the spring. Campus buildings are closed and face coverings are required on campus.
Additional Information and FAQs.
A “Knowledge for Freedom” grant from the Teagle Foundation will fund a residential summer program on the struggle for freedom in America.
Two oral history projects turned into journeys for truth for students (now alumnae) in Professor of History Matt Pinsker's course.
The authors of "From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the 21st Century" will discuss the promise of and the obstacles to achieving reparations for descendants of American slaves.
History major Julz Espensen '23 blogs about her adventures in research and history-focused projects, including WWII reenactment, clothing restoration and cooking historical dishes.
From rock memorabilia to early American papers, Robin Arnoff '83 is passionate about preserving objects with history.
Glenn Stone, an anthropologist and expert on the politics and ecology of food and agriculture will deliver a virtual talk aimed at unraveling myths.
Take a look at how Dickinson faculty will bring the liberal arts to students across the nation and world in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New faculty publication explores how the Soviet Union took in and educated 3,000 children as refugees from the Spanish Civil War.
Meet Sam Waltman '20, a history and education double major who has earned the Edward W. Pell Graduate Collections Fellowship at Fort Ticonderoga.
Dickinson students help measure greenhouse gas emissions for a study that will form the basis of a local climate action plan.
Find out how all-conference linebacker and ROTC scholar James Turner ’20, has brought together his passions for athletics, history, poetry and education at Dickinson.
Former history major Kara Getz ’93 works to effect change as chief counsel to the chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Ways & Means Committee.
This spring, nearly two dozen Dickinson students spent two weeks in Kigali, Rwanda, as part of the After Genocide and Apartheid Mosaic, extending their coursework far into the field.
More than 100 high-achieving high school students from around the country visit Dickinson to study Civil War history.
Former history and theatre arts major Sarah Zimmer ’17 merges her love of theatre with community engagement through her work with the Boston Lyric Opera.
P.O. Box 1773, Carlisle, PA 17013 | (800) 644-1773