MTSU scholars will continue their examination of a pivotal period in Tennessee history with several enlightening online presentations. Dr. Antoinette van Zelm, assistant director of..
At the intersection of the counterculture and cultural history lies a small music club that has welcomed to its stage artists who have dared to..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Jennifer Ruch Synopsis: The doctoral degree candidate describes her work in chronicling the history of Nashville’s Exit/In in a bid to..
MTSU faculty and staff were instrumental in providing insights and expertise for reporters recently on subjects such as flooding, Rutherford County history, media critics, inflation,..
A Middle Tennessee State University doctoral student’s effort to preserve a legendary Nashville music venue and have it listed on the National Register of Historic..
With help from MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation, Rutherford County has a place to preserve its past for future generations. Area leaders cut the ribbon..
MTSU faculty and staff recently provided their analyses of various issues for journalists on topics including the Fisk Jubilee Singers, the True Blue Tour, porch..
Reporters sought insights from various MTSU faculty and staffers recently for stories on Facebook, COVID protocols, the supply chain crisis, Fort Negley, Conference USA and..
MTSU faculty and staff recently provided reporters with their perspectives on numerous issues, including Hurricane Dorian, COVID-19 cases, the early whiskey industry, Tennessee Gov. Bill..
Two MTSU scholars will provide expertise in a new online series of presentations this fall on women who were important in Tennessee history. Sponsored by..
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