The history of the U.S. South is an area of particular strength, as the department boasts seven specialists in the field. Course offerings and faculty research investigate all areas of southern history, from politics and labor relations to the history of race, gender, religion, and the environment. UA is also uniquely located near many important archival resources for the study of the South.
- 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