Chair: Kariann A. Yokota
Program Assistant: Tabitha Fitzpatrick
Undergraduate Advisor: Chris Agee
Graduate Advisor: Ryan Crewe
Office: Academic Building One, 1201 Larimer St., Room 3102
Pamela W. Laird, PhD, Boston University
Marjorie Levine-Clark, PhD, University of Iowa
Thomas J. Noel, PhD, University of Colorado Boulder
Christopher Agee, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Gabriel Finkelstein, PhD, Princeton University
Carl E. Pletsch, PhD, University of Chicago
Kariann A. Yokota, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
Ryan Crewe, PhD, Yale University
Dale J. Stahl, PhD, Columbia University
William E. Wagner, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
James E. Fell, PhD, University of Colorado Boulder
Michael Kozakowski, PhD, University of Chicago
Richard D. Smith, PhD, University of Colorado Boulder
Kelly Palmer, PhD, Michigan State University
Christine Sundberg, MA, University of Colorado Denver
Associate Professors, Clinical Teaching Track:
Rebecca Hunt, PhD, University of Colorado Boulder
Assistant Professors, Clinical Teaching Track:
John G. Whitesides, PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara
Frederick S. Allen, PhD, Harvard University
Mary S. Conroy, PhD, Indiana University
Mark S. Foster, PhD, University of Southern California
Myra L. Rich, PhD, Yale University
James B. Whiteside, PhD, University of Colorado
James B. Wolf, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
The special responsibility of historical studies is understanding the past. History courses integrate many branches of knowledge, cutting across the lines of the social sciences and the humanities, and even the natural sciences. Identifying forces of stability and processes of change, history students develop their research, writing and analytical skills, which serve them well beyond their university years.
Please click here for more information about the requirements for the Major in History.
Please click here for more information about the requirements for the Minor in History.
Students may qualify for internships with the Center for Colorado and the West, Colorado State Historical Society, Historic Denver, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Colorado Railroad Museum, the National Park Service and other historical institutions to earn credit and experience.
Students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher in their upper-division history classes are encouraged to submit their HIST 4839 (History Seminar) thesis papers to achieve a degree awarded with Latin honors: cum laude, magna cum laude or summa cum laude. Eligible students will submit their thesis papers to the Undergraduate Advisor for review by the Undergraduate Honors Committee.
Historical Studies Journal
Since 1983, CU Denver students in history have published this illustrated journal showcasing the most outstanding original research done each year by history students.
Please go to the Graduate catalog to read about our graduate programs.