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Wendy Gamber's new book, The Notorious Mrs. Clem: Murder and Money in the Gilded Age, made The New York Times. Her book was in the lead-off spot for Marilyn Stasio's true crime book reviews in the NY Times book review section in late October.See more faculty awards + publications
Meet Emily Lyon, an Indiana University-Bloomington senior from South Bend, Indiana, whose major in history has helped her see the value of human experience in her studies of the past.
"It's a normal human curiosity to be interested in your past, but we often write about history from a sort of third-person perspective. So I'm thinking about it from a first-person perspective and really focusing on the human experience of writing history."Meet our current students
Stephanie Huezo, Ph.D. candidate in Latin American History, won the John H. Edwards Fellowship for 2016-17 and IU's 2015-16 Won-Joon Yoon Scholarship, which honors Won-Joon Yoon, a young and bright Korean graduate student at Indiana University who was a victim of extremist violence.
"History, and oral history interviews in particular, have helped me think about the silences. What people don't say actually tells a story. What was their moment of silence about?"Read about the IUB history graduate experience
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