OVERVIEW

At Miller, the history faculty teach students to search for lessons, virtues, and warnings from our past. This search leads to knowledge of the world’s problems and possibilities, and, more significantly, to greater self-knowledge. The focus of the history classroom becomes instruction in the critical tools of self-discovery: research, analysis, and synthesis. This education equips MSA students to be fully engaged and articulate citizens with a deep sense of cultures, traditions, and ideas from around the globe. The questions that arise afterwards from these endeavors are not strictly historical but eternal: “What is the good society?”, “What do human beings owe each other?”, “Where did we come from and where are we going?” 

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meet the history department

David Riddick   History Department Chair US History, AP US History, US Civil War  ✉︎ driddick@millerschool.org ☏ 434-823-4805, ext. 258

David Riddick
History Department Chair
US History, AP US History, US Civil War

✉︎ driddick@millerschool.org
☏ 434-823-4805, ext. 258

Sara DiCaro   History Department

Sara DiCaro
History Department

John Morelos   History

John Morelos
History

Kathryn Cox   History Department

Kathryn Cox
History Department