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..
MTSU is taking advantage of virtual meetings’ flexibility by expanding its popular Strickland Visiting Scholar Lecture Series this spring, welcoming multiple public history experts in..
The MTSU Spring 2021 Honors Lecture Series on Social Justice is underway and Louis Woods, the university’sPresidential Fellow on Social Justice and Inequality, is on..
A Harvard University scholar who studies gender, race, science and medicine and how they connect — and can affect the medical treatment people receive —..
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