Andrew Huebner

Race and Gender Explorations: A Symposium on War and Military Service in 19th & 20th Century America

Mark your calendars for a one-day symposium hosted by Dr. Andrew Huebner, Dr. Lesley J. Gordon, and Dr. Holly Pinhiero on Friday, March 22, 2019. 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 […]

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Dr. Andrew Huebner Speaks at National World War I Museum

On July 1, Department of History Associate Professor and OAH Distinguished Lecturer Andrew Huebner spoke to a gathering at the National World War I Museum and Memorial, in Kansas City, Missouri. Huebner discussed his latest work, Love and Death in the Great War. His presentation is available via the National WWI Museum and Memorial’s Youtube […]

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Department Celebrates Recent Publications by Faculty

The History Department celebrated three faculty members publishing books earlier this semester. Professor Emeritus Howard Jones published My Lai: Vietnam, 1968, and the Descent into Darkness. In it, Jones gives an exhaustively researched and compelling look at the events of March 16, 1968, when U.S. troops entered a group of hamlets on a “search and […]

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Associate Professor Andrew Huebner Appointed Distinguished Lecturer

Dr. Andrew Huebner, an associate professor in The University of Alabama’s Department of History, has been appointed a distinguished lecturer of the Organization of American Historians. As a speaker for the Distinguished Lectureship Program, Huebner agreed to a three-year renewable term in which he will travel the country, speaking about all facets of U.S. history in […]

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Associate Professor Andrew Huebner Featured in JAH Discussion

The September 2015 issue of the Journal of American History explores World War I’s legacy in the United States by featuring a discussion among nine leading historians of the period, including UA’s own Andrew Huebner, associate professor of history. “April 2017 will mark the one-hundredth anniversary of American entrance into World War I. The centennial […]

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