News & Features

  • Goshen College Offers New Political Studies and Pre-Law Minors

    GC’s History and Political Science Department has expanded academic opportunities for students by launching two minors, one in political studies and another in pre-law, starting with the 2014-15 academic year.

  • Words on Research and Writing

    Steven P. Miller (’99) and Abigail Trollinger (’04) chose paths in research and writing, and recently offered reflections about what the field of research and writing has been like for them.

  • Spain and Morocco May term

    Students traveled to Spain and Morocco to study the historical connection between the two neighboring countries and cultures as well studying present day realities and trends.

  • John Roth, “Bearing Witness”

    Goshen College Professor of History John D. Roth presented the 2013 C. Henry Smith Peace Lecture on Tuesday, March 5 at 7:30 p.m. at Goshen College. He spoke on “A New Martyr’s Mirror for the 21st Century?”

  • Dominique Burgunder-Johnson speaks

    Dominique Burgunder-Johnson, a 2006 history grad, advocates for wildlife conservation and awareness using online media, and is a self proclaimed “mountain hugger.”

  • Anabaptist History in Paraguay

    Learn about Anabaptist history in Paraguay

  • New Public History Course

    GC students and alumni have been involved in public history in many ways, from working at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Elkhart County Historical Society to curating an exhibit for Goshen College Library Gallery and producing a film for the Kauffman Museum in North Newton, Kan.

  • Institute for the Study of Global Anabaptism

    Institute for the Study of Global Anabaptism In recent decades, the most dramatic growth in the Anabaptist-Mennonite family of faith — as in the Christian church more generally — has occurred in countries outside of Europe and North America. Today there are some 1.7 million Anabaptist-Mennonites in the world, representing 227 groups in 83 countries. […]

  • The Battle for Wyse 3rd

    Victorious in Second Battle for Wyse 3rd By Ted Maust Now there will be two footballs on the third floor of Wyse Hall, the academic home to the History Department, Bible, Religion & Philosophy Department, and Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies Department. Last year, an old deflated football, which sat above the cabinets in the kitchen and had the […]

  • History of the Southwest

    History of the Southwest: A May Term to Remember Fifteen Goshen College students, along with History Professor Jan Bender Shetler, spent May term 2002 in Southwest Colorado. They studied regional history over the past thousand years through unconventional historical methods and materials such as archaeology, historical site survey, oral history and ethnographic participant/observation. Here’s the […]

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