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          Welcome to the Web site for the History Department at Trinity College, in Hartford, Connecticut.

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          Today, historical study at a national liberal arts college like Trinity is an intellectual practice that makes the past come alive, in the U.S. and in the world beyond, in the class room and outside. In the process, whether in the lecture hall, in the seminar room, or when studying abroad far beyond Trinity–as many of our History majors do–our students ground and deepen their historical consciousness vis-à-vis the everyday in the skills of critical thinking, argument and writing that all citizens should master when making senses of an ever changing world.

          History offers keys to interpreting all major changes in the U.S. and abroad, from the sublime to the tragic, from the personal to the social. Some years ago, a popular slogan urged educators to: Start where the student is! Fit the curriculum to their curiosities! Be relevant! The History Department at Trinity agrees. It is wise to start where students are, but we believe it wiser still to lead them to places they might never have been before, living their daily lives with acute historical consciousness. This is our mission.

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          History Department

          Jeffrey Bayliss, Chair Seabury Hall
          300 Summit Street
          Hartford, CT 06106

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