News and Announcements

"This new cold war will be far worse than the first"

Historian Mary Elise Sarotte will discuss how post-Cold War events brought the world to a new Cold War at the Jamison Lecture on April 11.

Zander featured on C-SPAN's Lecture in History series

TWU history professor Cecily Zander will be featured on C-SPAN's Lecture in History series on Saturday, March 2, at 7 a.m. central time and again at 10:15 a.m., 7 p.m., and 10:15 p.m.

Zander was recorded recently giving a lecture on "Army Explorers of the West," discussing the federal government’s efforts to explore and control the American west from the early 1800s through the Civil War.

First-year professor Zander set to publish debut book

Cecily Zander's love of history has led her to Texas, TWU and the publication of her debut book, The Army under Fire.

History launches 16th edition of Ibid

Ibid, the annual publication of the Texas Woman's University History Department, has been published on the TWU website.

The 16th edition features 13 essays by graduate and undergraduate students, delving into the intricacies of race, gender, politics and the environment. They explore the political impact of the antebellum North Texas fires, women’s agency in gentile society during the 18th century, the historiographies of family values politics during the 20th century and works centered on the American West.

TWU's Landdeck speaks at Smithsonian

Watch TWU history professor Katherine Landdeck's speech at the Smithsonian Institute's Amelia Earhart Lecture.