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The History and Vision of Pietism

If you’re interested in better understanding the religious tradition that has so distinctively shaped Bethel University, come by The Underground tomorrow afternoon (3/31, 3:30-4:30pm) for a presentation on “The History and Vision of Pietism,” by Prof. 246 more words

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Wednesday's Webisode: Biography and History

After a week off for Spring Break, Past & Presence returns today with an episode dedicated to biography:

The episode’s theme shows up in several different ways: 118 more words


Wednesday's Webisode: A Usable Past?

Episode five of Past & Presence is now available!

It’s a special episode on at least two counts:

  • It’s the first to be hosted somewhere beyond Bethel’s campus — at Bethel’s 
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We're Hiring! Announcing Our New Ancient-Digital Position

We’re happy to announce that we’ve begun a job search for the newest member of our faculty: a gifted, innovative teacher committed to the mission of… 502 more words

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Wednesday's Webisode: Fields within History

Check out the second episode of our new department webisode series, Past & Presence, now available on YouTube:

After last week saw us wrestling with huge questions about the entire discipline of history, today we start to explore some narrower fields within history; Amy Poppinga (religious, environmental) and Diana Magnuson (women’s, social) are our special conversation guests for that topic. 121 more words


Graduate School in History: To Go or Not To Go?

Today we’re excited to start a four-part series meant to help prospective students, current students, and alumni who are thinking about continuing their historical studies in graduate school. 655 more words

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