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’s Global Studies Program is encouraging the Middle Tennessee community to attend a unique multimedia exhibit in Murfreesboro honoring the cultural diversity in the region..
The MTSU-based Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area has expanded its traveling exhibition on emancipation and Reconstruction, which will be on display in Clarksville, Tennessee,..
A special monthlong photo exhibit, “China: Through the Eyes of an American University President,” opens Monday, Sept. 22, at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, as part of..
A fascinating combination of tradition, superstition and science characterizes the medical profession in the fledgling years of this country. “The American Body: Medicine, Malady, and..
The U.S. artists contributing to MTSU’s latest exhibit faced only one restriction on their works: no larger than one square foot. Prepare to be amazed..
The U.S. artists contributing to MTSU’s latest exhibit faced only one restriction on their works: no larger than one square foot. Mike Browning talks with..
The decorative and colorful artistry of medieval books will be the subject of a discussion at MTSU’s James E. Walker Library on Tuesday, Nov. 13...
Medieval manuscripts and contemporary creations make up two fascinating new displays in MTSU’s James E. Walker Library. “The Art of the Page” features manuscript leaves..
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