Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Unveils Edmund Morris Archives at Dickinson State University
For the first time ever, scholars and the public will have the opportunity to delve into the rich legacy of Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Edmund Morris, through a collection of private research and memorabilia. The Morris Archives, recently acquired...
This year’s public humanities symposium explores the idea of ‘Freedom Struggles.’ These struggles are older than the nation itself, and Theodore Roosevelt, in words and in action, found himself on every side of the issue. That, in itself, is...
TRC collaborates with Theodore Roosevelt Association to digitize Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal
The Theodore Roosevelt Center (TRC) at Dickinson State University (DSU) and the Theodore Roosevelt Association (TRA) are proud to announce a joint project to digitize and make available the long-running and well-respected Theodore Roosevelt Association...
Check out the recap of the 2022 Theodore Roosevelt Symposium: Athlete in the Arena!
Dickinson State University’s Pulver Hall renamed to honor long-time supporters of DSU and Theodore Roosevelt Studies
Pulver Hall has a new name! Get all the details in our official announcement.
Read Michael Patrick Cullinane’s The Washington Post article. Cullinane is our Lowman Walton Chair of Theodore Roosevelt studies and U.S. history professor.
Learn what Dr. Cullinane’s keynote talk, “The Field of Play: Strenuous Living in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era,” for the 2022 TR Symposium will be about.
Read about the unique events at the 2022 Theodore Roosevelt Symposium, and discover what Anne Blaschke, Simon Cordery, and Ryan Swanson will speak on.
Check out Dickinson State University's award-winning faculty and staff for 2022.