Professor Gordon spoke at Pamplin Historical Park, where she discussed Confederate General George Pickett and his third wife, LaSalle Corbell Pickett, whose extensive writing about her late husband shaped his historical legacy in significant ways.
Alumna of the History Department Rachel “Katie” Deale has left the familiar halls of ten Hoor for bigger and better things.
Explaining the historical import of National Park Service sites is more calling than career for most of the people who do it, but the shutdown has disrupted that dream.
The Summersell Center offers short-term research fellowships intended to assist scholars from outside the Tuscaloosa area with their use of the archival collections and resources held on The University of Alabama campus.
The symposium is entitled “Race and Gender Explorations: A Symposium on War and Military Service in 19th & 20th Century America,” and will explore the overlapping history of American military service, race, and gender.
The University of Alabama Department of History hosted a visit day for prospective graduate students on Friday, March 1.
Dr. Catherine Clinton, Denman Chair of American History at the University of Texas at San Antonio, will discuss her past and present academic work, including her new project on Union soldiers and mental illness during and after the Civil War.