Senior Tejas Dinesh is a recipient of the 2022 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, one of UA's Premier Awards.
Assistant Professor Lawrence Cappello, was interviewed recently by al.com about the city of Mobile's latest initiative to combat crime: the ShotSpotter system.
Dr. Howard Jones, who was a Distinguished Research Professor at the University and a member of the Department of History for thirty-five years, passed away early in March after an illness. His accomplishments and his legacy are vast.
Dr. Lesley Gordon took her Civil War class (HY 315) and UA History grad students on a tour of Vicksburg National Military Park this past March.
On the evening of April 11, history students and history professors gathered for the inaugural session of Southern Conversations, a series of informal discussions between history students and faculty about southern history.
Daniel Leon, an MA student studying US and British relations during the American Civil War, published an op-ed piece with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch recently.
The Summersell Center and the Summersell Chair of Southern History are proud to announce the winner of the Sixth Biennial Summersell Deep South Book Prize: Voices of the Enslaved: Love, Labor, and Longing in French Louisiana, by Sophie White.
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