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Professor Nancy Unger's new book,
Beyond Nature's Housekeepers: American Women in Environmental History
is now available on Amazon!
Find it here!
At Santa Clara faculty and students work together to explore history by focusing on the world's regions - Africa, Latin America, East Asia, South Asia and the Indian Ocean, Africa, West Asia and the Middle East, Europe, and the United States - in order to better understand the human condition, both in the past and in the present. Whether you are interested in the history of revolutions and social change, political, religious, and cultural institutions, diplomacy and warfare, migration and integration, sex and gender, religious, racial, and ethnic diversity, the history of ideas, global history, the environment, food, and sustainability, health, illness and medicine, criminality and deviance, consumption and trade, imperialism and colonial settlement, slavery, freedom and human rights, genocide and structural violence, history has something to offer the inquiring student.
Amy Randall is one of four winners of the Phi Beta Kappa Northern California Association Excellence in Teaching Award for 2012.