Longwood’s History, Political Science and Philosophy students explore the past while building skills for the future.
Through a diverse range of classes, you’ll gain an understanding of the issues that impact public life and service. You will develop the skills employers want most in college graduates – critical thinking, effective communication, and the ability to conduct research and solve problems.
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April 14, 2022
With a combination of in-country interviews and church archival research, Cantrell suggests new ways to understand Rwanda's lingering problems.
March 28, 2018
PE Native and now professor at Mary Baldwin University, Tillerson-Brown will help us honor Women's History Month with a 3 April talk focused on the activist citizenship of minority women.