Once again, news media outlets have relied on MTSU faculty experts to enhance their stories with their knowledge of numerous topics, including gangs, political campaign..
Author and scholar Charles Hughes visited MTSU Oct. 30 to discuss music and race in the South in a special lecture sponsored by the university’s..
In MTSU’s James E. Walker Library, it’s possible this fall to make a joyful noise unto the Lord without creating a disturbance. The library has..
MTSU rang with the songs of the early U.S. labor movement Oct. 4 when the Shelby Bottom Duo brought its multimedia musical history of activist Joe..
The headquarters for one of the nation’s most prestigious and respected groups of historians will have a home at MTSU for at least the next..
Bluegrass scholars from around the world can now delve into from a devoted music lover’s “historically and culturally significant” live bluegrass audio collection, both in..
MTSU will ring with the rhythms of traditional string music Monday, March 27, when old-time American music masters and scholars Ken Perlman and Bobby Taylor..
MTSU student and aspiring country music artist Hunter Wolkonowski of Winchester, Tennessee, knew that singer-songwriter Kathy Mattea was coming to give a guest lecture earlier..
The multitalented harmonica player who’s left his inimitable stamp on decades of country and rock recordings will visit MTSU Monday, Nov. 14, to discuss his..
Multitalented singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke will visit MTSU Thursday, Nov. 3, for a day of events capped by a public interview with insights about songwriting, studio..
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