Department Information

Randi Storch, Department Chair
Old Main, Room 212-B
Phone: 607-753-2723
Fax: 607-753-5598
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European History

Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team

This site deals with all aspects of the Holocaust. It offers sections and articles on a wide range of topics that range from life in the Ghettos to the Hitler Youth. Most of the articles require no password or membership, but there are some resources accessible to members only. A group of independent Holocaust researchers created the site.

Liberty, Fraternity, and Equality: Exploring the French Revolution

This site, created by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University and the American Social History Project at theCity University of New York, is about the French Revolution and events preceding and after. It includes topical essays, images, maps, a timeline, and primary sources.

Russian History Resources

This website offers a chronological look at events throughout Russian history. Produced by Bucknell College, the website breaks Russian history into five periods, ranging from 860 BCE to modern day. Clicking on a given period allows the browser to view a chronological listing of events. The site also has additional links to cover certain events or terms in more detail.