The History Department remains committed to teaching and learning during the crisis caused by the coronavirus (Covid-19). If you need information, contact information for our departmental administrators is here. Undergraduates needing advice about our major, transfer credit, or similar issues, should contact Professor Brian DeMare, Director of Undergraduate Studies, by email at email@example.com.
The rich heritage of New Orleans, our award-winning faculty, the outstanding history resources on our campus, and Tulane University's tradition of excellence make history a vital part of "the Tulane experience."
If you would like to learn more about Tulane's Department of History majors and programs of study, please contact me. I will be happy to send you information, arrange for you to tour our campus, and introduce you to our faculty. I hope to hear from you soon.
F. Thomas Luongo
Chair, Tulane History Department
This fall join Prof. Gilpin and Prof. Isaacson in HISU 2910, Law and US History. This course surveys the history of the United States through legal cases from the revolutionary era to the present day. Through sensational murder trials and major Supreme Court precedents, students will explore the intersections of history and law. HISU 2910 is especially recommended for pre-law students.