Baker history students are encouraged to travel to gain an understanding of historic periods and how people lived.
John Patchen (left) and Michael Preut recently won the top research paper awards, sweeping the undergraduate categories, at the Kansas Association of Historians annual conference in Wichita.
Students in the course Yucatan Adventure traveled to the Yucatan Peninsula to study major themes and developments in ancient Mexican history.
Students work with trowels and spades to excavate a site in Lincolnshire, UK, unearthing evidence of a 13th century smithy.
Students arm themselves with medieval weapons and armor made from foam and cardboard for battle on campus near Mabee Hall.
Students help organize and participate in a demonstration event for their class on America in the 1960s.
Christina discovers a sherd (piece of pottery) in Lincolnshire, UK, that dates to the mid-17th century.
See majors checklists page for history checklists. Unless you have changed catalogs since beginning your studies at Baker, use the year first enrolled.
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