MEMPHIS — MTSU and the University of Memphis will co-sponsor the first public recognition of the historic impact of the 1866 rampage against African-Americans in Memphis...
Individuals and groups that want to save important remnants of African-American history now have a new resource to guide them, thanks to MTSU’s Center for..
MTSU has produced a new pamphlet that will enhance any Civil War buff’s understanding of the combat that took place in Rutherford County. “The Country..
MTSU departments and personnel were recognized March 26 for the university’s support in preserving and reviving the building that now houses Bradley Academy Museum and..
A new brochure produced by MTSU will direct history lovers to the landmarks that have defined the African-American experience in Maury County, Tennessee. “Communities and..
MTSU educators are preparing to infuse their spring 2016 courses with fresh perspectives after joining an interfaith community luncheon co-hosted by the university. The American..
A pair of experts from MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation and the Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area will discuss the route of the “Trail..
For the past 20 years, the Dorothy Williams Potter Scholarship for American Historic Preservation has enabled scholars to achieve careers as historians. Bob Beatty, an..
Exploring religious diversity among students who’ve not had opportunities to do so before entering college was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host..
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