Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History is dedicated to promoting undergraduate students’ research interest in history and their writing skills. The journal is also hoped to strengthen the collaborations in learning between undergraduates and graduates, students and faculty, and history majors and those from other study fields.
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Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 1 (2023)
Lafayette, the Thinker
Between Censure and Liberalization: The Press and Publishing in Second Empire France
Oana M. Iancau
Living with the Stasi: Experiences and Opinions of East Germans, 1945-90
Thomas M C Roberts
The Sharpeville Massacre, Violence, and the Struggles of the African National Congress, 1960-1990
Reese W. Hollister
Compassion and National Interest: Race, Culture, and Politics behind the Reception of Refugees of the Ukraine War
Surviving a Bloodbath: Immaculée Ilibagiza’s Life during the Rwandan Genocide
Eleanor G. Strickland
Review of Women and China's Revolutions
Tony Yingchong Li