History, Political Science & Philosophy Department Mission

  1. To examine values, innovations and traditions of human societies.
  2. To enable students to know and appreciate various cultural inheritances, and also provide students with basic knowledge of historical and physical geography.
  3. To develop students’ abilities to utilize historical perspectives to comprehend world events.
  4. To develop students’ abilities to interpret and evaluate events in history. 

Gwinyai H. Muzorewa Department Chair and Professor, Department of History, Political Science & Philosophy gmuzorewa@lincoln.edu 484-365-7505
  • John Miller Dickey Hall 351
Nancy K. Stabler Department Assistant, Department of History, Political Science & Philosophy nstabler@lincoln.edu 484-365-8124
  • John Miller Dickey Hall 352

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The Lincoln Journal of Social and Political Thought - Copies are available from Fall, 2002, V1 No. 1

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