I received this today from Gordon’s office of Marketing and External Relations:
The Political Science, Philosophy and History departments will be merged into one administrative department, and all department faculty worked over the summer to revise their curriculum to better meet the needs of incoming students across these three disciplines. Gordon will continue to offer majors in these disciplines as part of a comprehensive liberal arts education. The philosophy major will now include four concentrations (of which students must choose one): political theory; justice, peace and conflict; law; and language and linguistics.
It appears that the stand-alone History Department at Gordon is gone, but the major will remain. Some of you may remember that Gordon announced last Spring that it would be dropping the major. We wrote about that here and here and here and here and here.
Kate Shellnut mentioned this in a piece at Christianity Today earlier this month, but I missed it.