The Department of History at the University of Alabama endorses the below statement from the American Historical Association on the killing of George Floyd and his death's place in the violent history of the United States.
Louisiana State University Press recently published American Discord: The Republic and Its People during the Civil War Era, an edited volume honoring the career of UA emeritus history professor George C. Rable.
The Department of History has added the Legal History concentration as an option for the history degree.
Dr. John Giggie and Dr. James Mixson published an opinion piece at al.com recently that explores the implications of building names at UA.
The Department of History has added the Public History concentration as an option for the history degree.
Over the past several weeks, Dr. John Giggie has been quoted or featured in a number of news story run by Alabama Public Radio, National Public Radio, USA Today, and CNN.
Dr. Lesley Gordon, appeared recently in episode two of the SMU Center for Presidential History's The Past, The Promise, The Presidency, Season One: Race and the American Legacy! podcast, along with presidential historian Jon Meacham.
Thursday, October 29 marks the publication launch of Dr. Juan José Ponce-Vázquez’s new book, Islanders and Empire: Smuggling and Political Defiance in Hispaniola, 1580–1690, from Cambridge University Press.