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Department Adds New Degree Concentrations

The Department of History is pleased to announce a new advanced concentration in Legal History — specifically designed to give undergraduates a competitive edge when applying to elite law schools and/or policy oriented graduate programs. Participating students will acquire first-hand legal research experience while exploring key precedents and the evolution of jurisprudence over time. Students […]

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Dr. Edwin C. Bridges, Former Director of the ADAH, to Speak on the Importance of Alabama History, February 27

Dr. Edwin C. Bridges, who recently retired as director of the Alabama Department of Archives and History after more than thirty years at its helm, will speak in room 205, Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library at 6 pm, Monday, February 27. Bridges’s topic – “Alabama History: It’s Worth Another Look” – explores the important role that […]

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Dr. David LaFevor – Digital Preservation in the Siete Villas of Cuba: Goals and Challenges of Digital Humanities

Dr. David LaFevor, Assistant Professor of Latin American History and Digital Humanities at the University of Texas Arlington, will deliver a talk titled, “Digital Preservation in the Siete Villas of Cuba: Goals and Challenges of Digital Humanities,” on Wednesday, October 5, from 12-1 pm, in 251 ten Hoor. All UA faculty and graduate students are […]

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