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 “thirteen hundred fifty-two guitar pickers in Nashville” were only “mothers’ sons” when John Sebastian’s “Nashville Cats” brought Music City session musicians into the spotlight in..
From the gates of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, to Nashville’s Jefferson Street club scene to his fiery Monterey Pop Festival appearance, rock legend Jimi Hendrix‘s comet-like..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Dr. Stacey Graham, Kira Duke, Layla Smallwood Synopsis: Three representatives of MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation talk about turning seminars into..
The Center for Historic Preservation’s transition from seminars to webinars on teaching with primary sources was the focus of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation is transforming its usual in-person professional development workshops into online webinars to inform teachers about ways to keep students engaged..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Rebekah Brummett Synopsis: Brummett, an MTSU alumna and master’s degree student and the curator of community engagement at South Union Shaker..
An MTSU history alumna who’s racking up awards for her research into the Shaker community in Kentucky was the guest on a recent “MTSU On the..
Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is staying in touch thanks to teleconferencing technology with our May 2020 edition, featuring..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Hunter Moore Synopsis: Hunter Moore, a singer/songwriter and master’s degree student in the public history program, shares his research into Latino..
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