Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Danielle Shelton Synopsis: Shelton, a doctoral candidate majoring in public history, explains her research at Red Clay State Historic Park, the..
As Red Clay State Historic Park celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2019, a budding MTSU historian is sharing what she’s learned about the area’s origins as the..
MTSU faculty, as well as a student and a staffer, recently provided national media outlets with information and perspectives on a variety of topics, including..
After having such a good time at last year’s Lifelong Learning Program at MTSU, retiree Donna Tuma returned this year with husband Robert for another..
National media outlets recently published the perspectives of MTSU faculty experts on topics including voter registration, white supremacists, the Mueller Report, teaching children about the..
MTSU faculty experts recently shared their knowledge on topics such as Venezuela, foreign investors, government transparency, sexism in country music, Kazakhstan, and transgender rights through..
A Canadian historian with expertise in religion, ethnicity, migration and rural sustainable development in the British Atlantic will bring a message of problem-solving with “science..
“Letters” is the theme for the spring 2019 Honors Lecture Series at MTSU, when guest speakers will provide primarily historical perspectives on correspondence, though one lecturer will..
MTSU experts recently provided facts and perspectives to media outlets in recent articles on civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., dance legend Isadora Duncan,..
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