An MTSU alumna is taking issue with the author of “Hillbilly Elegy” on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview with..
Attorney Raphael Lemkin coined the term “genocide” in 1944 to describe violent crimes against members of a group with the goal of destroying the whole..
A recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program delved into one of the worst atrocities of the human race, past and present: the Holocaust. Host..
A civil rights activist, educator and political leader from Mississippi and a Minnesota colleague helping to ensure those activists’ place in history will visit MTSU this..
Pilots’ wages, workplace diversity, student demonstrations and the evolution of the American presidency are some of the topics recently tackled by MTSU faculty for a..
The leader of MTSU’s emerging Africana Studies Program is the recipient of its highest award for minority faculty. Dr. Louis Woods, an associate professor of history,..
Thanks to a professor’s international interactions, MTSU oral history students will be able to develop a fuller, richer approach to their work. Dr. Martha Norkunas’..
MTSU is hosting two events designed to help educators and students unravel the term “fake news.” Joel Breakstone, director of the Stanford University School of..
MTSU students and faculty are among more than two dozen people who have been recognized with statewide and regional honors for their volunteer work with..
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