Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Alpha Theta, the international honor society for history, has more than 839 chapters in 50 states, Puerto Rico, Canada and the Philippine Islands. Invitations to join the organization are issued to undergraduate students who have completed 12 semester credit hours in history with a grade point average of 3.1 or higher and a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. Graduate students must have completed 30 percent of their residency requirements for their degree with a 3.1 or higher grade point average.
For information regarding ASU’s Xi Zeta chapter, contact the faculty advisor:
Phi Alpha Theta News
A Selection of Past Presentations
- 2014 Phi Alpha Theta Biennial Convention, January 2-6, 2014, Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Joshua Logsdon, Aid for Paupers: An Analysis of Pauper Relief in Two West Texas Counties, 1875-1945
- Duncan Knox, Women of the Stage: An Analysis of Their Roles in Restoration and Victorian Era Theater
- Phi Alpha Theta Session, Southwestern Social Sciences Association Conference, New Orleans, La. March 27-31, 2013
- Kerry Buchanan, Women and Violent Crime, 1875-1899: San Angelo, TX as a Case Study
- Adam Fowler, Liberty: Ancient Theory and American Realities
- Joshua Logsdon, The Poor, the Penniless, and the Paupers: Pauper Relief in Tom Green County, 1875-1890
- Zach Dowdle, “Where Do You Stand?”: FLPA, Socialists, and the Antiwar Movement
ASU’s Xi Zeta Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta would like to acknowledge the generous sponsorship of Mr. Keith Ellwanger and the San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society for supporting past activities.