Department of History, Anthropology, Africana Studies and Social Studies
Welcome to a dynamic department with diverse and far-reaching interests! Our faculty and students are working and studying people, places and time periods around the world, in Puerto Rico, Spain, France, Japan, Namibia, and even in Warrensburg itself. If you are interested in majoring or minoring in any of our programs, peruse the Prospective Students link or the Undergraduate Programs link, both on the left (or, on mobile, seen after tapping the three lines next to the department name above).
Upcoming department events are listed at the bottom on this page. Join is for free lectures, zoo trips, Anthro Club, and History Club!
As you explore the information about our programs, curriculum, faculty, and student organzations, you'll discover a strong, diverse, and student-oriented department. Our Department Chair's greeting letter provides an overview of our strengths and what you can expect to find here as a student.
Please contact us to learn more. Our office address is:
The Department of History and Anthropology
Wood Hall, Room. 136
Ph: (660) 543-4404
Calabash Jamaica Study Tour Returns!
Dr. Delia Gillis took students to Jamaica, where they visited schools, contibuted to a service learning project with the Treasure Beach Women's Group, and attended the internationally acclaimed Calabash Literary Festival. You can take a look at pictures and read about their experiences here!
Upcoming Department Events: Free!
Oct 13-18th: Jamaica Service Learning Trip
Oct 18th: Public lecture "I Am An American Muslim Woman" by human rights activist and business leader Mahnaz Shabbir at 4:30 pm, Wood 100; followed by a reception at the McClure Archives and Museum at 6 pm
Oct 19th: "Warrensburg in World War I" reading by Peggy Nuckles, 3 pm, Wood 105
Oct 17th: Anthro Club workshop on conference research and presentations, 3:30 pm, Wood 206
Oct 20th: Anthro Club meeting and presentations about London Study Tour, 6 pm, Wood 206
Nov 15th: A public lecture, "Race and Biology: Why do we look different and what does it all mean?" presented by our own Dr. Hannah E. Marsh, 6 pm in Nahm Auditorium (WC Morris building).
Nov 17th: Department Research Symposium 3:30-5 pm