The Department of History sponsors this doctoral program. Students work in almost every geographical field, but at present are especially numerous in the transregional, Middle East, and Latin American fields, relying on the regional expertise of faculty for courses, seminars, and field preparation to complement their environmental history education.
Georgetown is a leader in global, trans-regional, and comparative history.
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Georgetown's Department of History sponsors this major in history for undergraduate students who want to improve their critical reading, writing, and analytical abilities and develop strong research skills as they learn more about many and diverse world regions, time periods, topics, and themes.
This master's program is sponsored by the Department of History. Students both delve deeply into the history of a particular world region and situate that same region within a broader context through the study of transnational, comparative, and thematic trends.
The Department of History sponsors this doctoral program with strengths in the history of the United States, early modern and modern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Russia and the Soviet Union, and East Asia.
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The Jan Karski Institute for Holocaust Education in the Center for Jewish Civilization offers the Certificate in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, a rigorous, non-degree program geared to the specific curricular and pedagogical needs of high school…