First Fall Session of the Military History Round Table to be Held Friday, Sept. 6

Three US Marines at Alcázar de Colon during the first US intervention in the Dominican Republic. Mark Folse, a doctoral student at the University of Alabama, will be the featured presenter at first fall session of the History Department’s Military History Round Table, which will be held at 3:00 pm (CDT) in the Summersell Room. […]

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News from the Job Market

Dr. Becky Bruce (PhD, 2012) was hired as Assistant Professor of 20th Century US at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.   Dr. Jill Cooley (PhD, 2011) was hired as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Food Studies at the Institute for the Humanities at the University of Illinois at Chicago. This position stems from the Chancellor’s Initiative […]

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Recent Books Published

Books that have been recently published by our faculty include: Creating Mexican Consumer Culture in the Age of Porfirio Diaz by Dr. Steven Bunker Protestant Cosmopolitanism and Diplomatic Culture: Brandenburg-Swedish Relations in the Seventeenth Century by Dr. Daniel Riches Flush Times & Fever Dreams: A Story of Capitalism and Slavery in the Age of Jackson […]

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Assistant Professor Amy Holmes Tagchungdarpa was awarded theTung Lin Kok Yuen Visiting Professorship, University of Toronto Scarborough for the 2013-2014 academic year. This fellowship is awarded to outstanding scholars in the field of Buddhist Studies. […]

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Associate Professor John M. Giggie was named a Distinguished Technology Teaching  Fellow by the College of Arts & Sciences.  This award recognizes faculty with an outstanding record of using technology in the service of teaching and student learning.  Professor Giggie received his award at the fall faculty meeting. […]

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