MTSU history alumnus Ben Wilkinson considers himself an amateur pop culture historian. “I celebrate those who contributed immensely to some part of our culture,” Wilkinson said, “eccentric..
The August 2022 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show features the new Student Government Association president discussing her plans for..
After World War II, good-hearted Americans mounted media campaigns to bring the biracial children left behind by Black GIs in Germany home to the States,..
The most compelling political, military and humanitarian event in the news today will be examined in an MTSU panel discussion. “Perspectives on the Crisis in..
A renowned professor, author and historian will put the focus on one of America’s ugliest open secrets Tuesday, Nov. 2, when she talks with a..
It should come as no surprise that social studies is the favorite subject of MTSU Center for Historical Preservation staff member Kira Duke. “I loved..
News agencies recently reached out to MTSU faculty and staff for their views on several topics, including American patriotism, social media, the Biden Administration’s infrastructure..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Ron Messier Synopsis: The emeritus professor of history describes his first novel, “The Mapmaker and the Pope,” in which an..
After years of researching the history of the Middle East, a member of the MTSU community explained how he turned to historical fiction on a..
By: DeAnn Hays and Matthew Hibdon As a history professor in MTSU’s University Honors College, Dr. Mary Evins primarily teaches freshmen who are just beginning..
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