The Summersell Center offers short-term research fellowships intended to assist scholars from outside the Tuscaloosa area with their use of the archival collections and resources held on The University of Alabama campus.
The Department of History is proud to announce that one of our undergraduate students, Emily Adams, was recently named the winner of the 2019 John Fraser Ramsey Award!
Ashley Odebiyi, second year Ph.D. student, recently placed an article with an upcoming volume of the online peer-reviewed Medieval Feminist Forum published through the University of Iowa.
History majors have launched the Crimson Historical Review, an undergraduate research journal.
Historians from around the country gathered on Friday, March 22, to explore the intersection of race, gender, and war in a one-day symposium on military service in 19th & 20th-Century America.
Students enrolled in Dr. John Giggie’s Invisible Histories course recently presented research posters at the Queer History South Conference.
Drs. David Beito and Linda Royster Beito's recent work, T.R.M. Howard: Doctor, Entrepreneur, Civil Rights Pioneer, won the 31st Annual Benjamin Franklin Award for best biography from the Independent Book Publishers Association.
The Department of History at The University of Alabama is pleased present the Spring 2019 edition of our newsletter, Historically Speaking.
The Department of History recognized our outstanding undergraduate and graduate students on April 5, 2019, at ceremonies held at the Hotel Capstone Ballroom.
Lawson has been awarded a fellowship in conjunction with Dr. John Giggie and the Summersell Center's efforts to map the history of lynching victims in Alabama and develop a program for teaching about racial violence and southern history at the secondary education level.