At The Ohio State University history is alive, and it's probably not what you would expect. In today's world where war, revolution, famine, and social upheaval occur with frightening regularity, history is the key to understanding these crises. History is not a recitation of facts and names, but involves analysis and understanding. History is the sum total of the human experience, and that experience serves as a mirror reflecting today's events.
Effective in winter quarter 2011, The Division of the Arts and Humanities will no longer allow students to add a course after the second week of the quarter. There will be no exceptions. See attached pdf for more information.