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The University of Alabama Marks the 500th Anniversary of the Martin Luther’s 95 Theses.

On October 30th 2017, The University of Alabama commemorated the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s nailing of the Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany on October 31st, 1517, which began the Protestant Reformation. The event featured professors from the Department of History, Modern Languages and Classics, and Music, as […]

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Congratulations to Dr. James Mixson, Winner of the 2016 Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award

The History Department is proud to congratulate Dr. James Mixson, winner of the 2016 Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award. This award is given by the National Alumni Association annually to four full-time faculty members whose work with students demonstrates an exceptional commitment to their students’ success, both inside and outside the classroom. Dr. Mixson is […]

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Associate Professor James Mixson Receives Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award.

The Department of History’s Dr. James D. Mixson, a scholar of Medieval Europe, is one of four UA faculty to win this award for the 2015-6 school year. In 1976, The University of Alabama National Alumni Association began an innovative program designed to annually recognize four faculty members at the Capstone who demonstrate “Outstanding Commitment […]

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Undergraduates Win Awards at Research and Creative Activity Conference

Four students mentored by History faculty won awards recently at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference. Jessica Hauger, mentored by Drs. Erik Peterson and Lisa Lindquist-Dorr, won second place in the Oral Presentations for Fine Arts and Humanities. Hauger’s talk was titled “‘The Common Lot’: The Philosophical Problem of Labor Pain in the Late […]

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