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..
Long-lost history does not have to stay lost, as long as people are willing to work together to pinpoint the past. “Places, Perspectives: African American..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Ken Middleton, Zada Law, Dr. Susan Knowles, Jo Ann McClellan Synopsis: Representatives of the library, geosciences and historic preservation discuss a..
An interdisciplinary project that will shed new light on the histories of four Tennessee counties was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..
MTSU scholars will continue their examination of a pivotal period in Tennessee history with several enlightening online presentations. Dr. Antoinette van Zelm, assistant director of..
With help from MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation, Rutherford County has a place to preserve its past for future generations. Area leaders cut the ribbon..
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..
The work of five MTSU art professors is the focus of a celebration of the centennial of women’s suffrage in a new exhibit in Murfreesboro’s..
The MTSU historian who’s made a career of helping preserve significant landmarks around the country and teaching others to do the same is adding his..
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