Assistant Professor Juan Ponce-Vázquez Appears on Historias Podcast

Assistant Professor Juan Ponce-Vázquez was interviewed by Historias, the podcast of the Southeastern Conference of Latin American Studies, this week. Professor Ponce-Vázquez discuss his research on smuggling in the seventeenth century Spanish Caribbean, as well as his writing strategies for finishing the first book, the value of social media, work-life balance, and what lays on his research horizon. The […]

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Five Undergraduates Present at UA’s Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity Conference

Emma Pepperman, “Where Legends Were Forgotten: Enslaved Workers at the University of Alabama, 1831- 1865.” Abstract: On The University of Alabama’s web page is a link explaining the Capstone’s slogan: “WHERE LEGENDS ARE MADE is about the past, present and future of The University of Alabama. It speaks to the aspirations of our students and […]

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UA Graduate Uses Alabama Education to Research in Paris

Edward J. Gray, a 2013 Alabama graduate in history, and current Ph.D. candidate at Purdue University, is now in Paris, researching a powerful French political family. Gray is passionate about his subject, the Marillac family, and their rise and fall from power during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, a period which also saw the centralization […]

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