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 […]
Congratulations to our own Bernie Koprince, who was awarded the Graduate Student Senate Staff of the Year Award! As one […]
During the academic year 2016-2017, the UT History Department completed the third year of its high school outreach program, UT Bridge […]
UT’s scholars at the Polk Papers have been featured by Tennessee Today. Click the link below to learn more about President Polk and the origins of current US-Mexico border.
UT’s New Volume of Polk Letters Sheds Light on Origin of US–Mexico Border
Experts: WWI Impact on Current Events, Culture Continues 100 Years Later
UT’s very own Dr. Ernie Freeberg and Dr. Vejas Liulevicius discuss the impact of World War I on our current society in a recent story published by Tennessee Today. The two history professors discuss everything from geopolitics to fashion and language as they highlight the importance of World War I as a lens to understanding our world today. Find a link to the article here.
UT’s Dr. Jeff Norrell recently participated in the 40th anniversary celebration of the publication of Alex Haley’s famed book, Roots. Dr. Norrell’s […]
The Department’s own Dan Feller has been featured in a syndicated news story that explores the comparisons between Donald Trump […]
Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Gillis whose book, Heresy and Dissent in the Carolingian Empire: The Case of Gottschalk of Orbais, has […]