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Historians study the past, in all of its complexity, to better understand our contemporary world and the forces that created it. Historians analyse change over time, and they use archival and other primary-source evidence to build interpretations that explain change and put it into context. In seeking to understand historical subjects on their own terms, and by appreciating the diverse perspectives of past actors, students of history develop empathy even as they rigorously engage with the ethical dimensions of past human decisions and actions. When students understand the past, they recognise their power to shape the present and the future.
History faculty conduct research and teach courses in a wide range of eras—from ancient to modern times—and across most major world areas including
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Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, or have done work equivalent to that required for such a degree.
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