College of Arts and Humanities


Dr. Chris Hendricks interviewed by Savannah CBS affiliate WTOC


As we’re all cooking more now, you might be interested in Chris Hendricks showing how to make a rice pie, using an updated recipe from the cookbook he and his mother did, Old Southern Cookery: Mary Randolph’s Recipes from America’s First Regional Cookbook Adapted for Today’s Kitchen

Spring 2019 Commencement by Dr. Anastatia Sims

Spring Commencement Address delivered by Dr. Anastatia Sims, Department of History, 11 May 2019

Julie de Chantel interviews Chris Hendricks about his new book: Old Southern Cookery

Dr. de Chantal interviews Dr. Hendricks about his new book, Old Southern Cookery: Mary Randolph’s Recipes from America’s First Regional Cookbook Adapted for Today’s Kitchen. The book is on sale at your local bookstores and online. All of the proceeds go to the Historic Savannah Foundation.

Congrats to Graduating Seniors!

Dear History majors, minors, and families: The faculty offers congratulations, good wishes, and some sound advice to 2020 graduates! #College of Arts and Humanities Georgia Southern University


History Students Featured at Virtual Honors Symposium

The Virtual Honors Symposium features several students from the History Department on the College of Arts and Humanities presentation page.


Our students are:
Kara Guthrie
Project: Reframing the Role of Renaissance Women Anne Boleyn as a Humanist
Mentored by Bob Batchelor

Cassandra Hankin
Project: Project Venona-Breaking the Unbreakable Code
Mentored by Bill Allison

Haley Osbourne
Project: Shackles and Servitude: Jails and the Enslaved in Antebellum Savannah
Mentored by Lisa Denmark

Narayan Saviskas
Project: The “Clean Wehrmacht”: Myths about German War Crimes Then and Now
Mentored by Brian Feltman

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY • Hawes Hall # 110, 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31419-1997 •
Interdisciplinary Academic Building, #3007, P.O. Box 8054, Statesboro, GA 30460 • 912-478-4478