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This Blog is a collection of messages we have sent in response to inquiries on a number of issues, as well as selections from announcements and other resources. It constitutes a FAQ page for many elements of the Graduate Program in History at Loyola University Chicago. If you have any questions, first carefully consult the web site for the program. Then, look and search these posts (via site search and labels). If you still have questions about details, first contact the Graduate Program Secretary, Lillian Hardison ( If you have particular questions about the Public History program, contact Professor Ted Karamanski ( All best!

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

General Information about the Program

Thank you for your interest in graduate studies in History at Loyola University Chicago! 

My strongest recommendation is that you carefully study our web site.  We have been working hard to renew and update it with much information about our programs and especially our faculty.  The program "blog" also  has some further details.    

The key thing in deciding on any program is whether individual faculty members are working on and teaching about things that interest and excite you personally.  Only you can be the best judge of that.  Our program is very competitive, especially in the US areas and particularly in the area of Public History, which is a significant blend of training for both academic and non-academic careers with History.  

Again, please look through the links above, and through the program site in general.  Read through the faculty pages and see if your instincts draw you toward Loyola.  Feel free to contact any of our faculty directly to express your interests and determine if they coordinate with their teaching.  

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