Women’s and gender history is an active field of study at UA. Faculty teach courses in a variety of geographic locations and time periods, enabling students to gain transnational and comparative perspectives on the diversity of gender roles and on how a gendered analysis changes our understanding of historical problems.
- Students to Help Unveil Marker for Victims of Lynching
- USF Professor J. Michael Francis to Speak on “Before Jamestown: Europeans, Africans, and Indians in La Florida, 1513-1603”
- Department Celebrates Publication of Dr. Erik Peterson’s The Life Organic
- Dr. Edwin C. Bridges, Former Director of the ADAH, to Speak on the Importance of Alabama History, February 27
- Professor Kathleen DuVal to Accept Deep South Book Prize and Speak on Independence Lost, February 15