National History Day
UWM is the sponsor of the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional History Day

Attending to Early Modern Women Conference
June 18-20, 2015

News and Events

Special Event:

"Ukraine from the Euromaidan to Russian Military Intervention: Historical Context and What's Next"
Monday, March 10, 7-9pm, American Geographic Society Library (Golda Meir Library, 3rd Floor East). Read more ...

Research Assistantships Openings

Video: Using HBO's The Wire as a teaching tool, Professor Marc Levine.

Video: Assoc. Professor Vang trains for Marathon

UW-Milwaukee: Department of History

The Department of History has moved back to Holton Hall, 3rd floor, 2442 E. Hartford Ave.

Welcome to the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.

The Department's faculty and academic staff pursue research and teaching interests that span the globe. Strongly committed to interdisciplinary approaches in historical research and pedagogy, the Department also collaborates with a wide range of academic programs and centers here at UWM and at other universities in the US and abroad.

At the graduate level, we are one of only two History Departments in the University of Wisconsin System (along with UW-Madison) to offer both the M.A. and the Ph.D. Our M.A. program allows students to pursue a general degree in History or to specialize in Public History, or Urban Historical Studies, or to do a Coordinated MA/MLIS in both History and Library/Information Science (in collaboration with UWM's School of Information Studies). In our Ph.D. program, students concentrate in one of three areas: Global History, Modern Studies, or Urban History.

Among undergraduates, History has long been a popular major in the College of Letters and Science, and the Department also serves large numbers of undergraduates in all schools and colleges at UWM through General Education courses.

For more information, please browse the site or contact the Department: (414) 229-4361or