Making History

While studying history isn’t always hands on, Stevenson History students bring the major to life in order to understand the impact of the past on our present world. Together with Glenn Johnston, Ph.D., Stevenson University Archivist, Program Coordinator, History and Humanities, and Assistant Professor, History, a group of History students researched and curated the largest traveling exhibit in US history dedicated to the military contributions of Black men and women. Entitled: In Freedom’s Name, the exhibit chronicles the stories of Black Marylanders who have contributed to the military history of the U.S. With over 65 stories and 250 supporting images, the exhibit stretches nearly 150 feet when it is set up in a line. Watch the video to learn more about the exhibit and the unique experience it provided our students. Interested in studying History? Visit /history to learn more about this major. #StevensonStories #ExceptionalExperiences #CareerConnections

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