In 2010, the Hodges library acquired its 3 millionth volume, “Tsvlvki Sqclvclv, A Cherokee Spelling Book” originally published in 1819. […]
Dr. Bradley Nichols, who recently earned his Ph.D. in History at UTK, has just been awarded the Fritz Stern Dissertation Prize for […]
Dr. Lynn Sacco’s new Honors course exploring the life of Dolly Parton has been featured by local news station, WVLT-TV. Click the link below to hear her interview about the class and Dolly’s significance.
Associate Professor Julie Reed has published a chapter on the Trail of Tears in Marked, Unmarked, Remembered: A Geography of […]
Matthew Gillis, assistant professor of history, recently published a book about Gottschalk of Orbais, who Gillis calls “the Carolingian Empires’ […]
Congratulations to Tore Olsson, whose book has just been published. Agrarian Crossings: Reformers and the Remaking of the US and […]
Bill Mercer was recently interviewed for the Public Radio Exchange program Your Weekly Constitutional. Broadcast on many public radio stations across the country, the show airs in Knoxville tonight on WUOT 2, at 7 PM, and can be heard in podcast form at your leisure:
UT History’s Dr. Lynn Sacco teaches “Dolly’s America,” a class focusing on identity in Appalachia. Most recently, her course has been featured in the New York Times. In addition, a number of other media outlets including Rolling Stone, Country Living, and the Knoxville News Sentinel have also profiled the course. Congratulations to Dr. Sacco!
***The 2017 Klein Lecture has been canceled. It will be rescheduled for a later date. Thank you for your patience […]