The world came to Knoxville in 1982 for the International Energy Exposition, with the theme of “Energy Turns the World.” […]
In 1982, the world came to the city of Knoxville when it had the privilege to host the World’s Fair. […]
The Papers of Andrew Jackson, a long-running project in the UT Department of History, received two federal grants to support […]
KNOXVILLE—Newly published letters of President James K. Polk shed light on slavery, race riots, and a global cholera pandemic that […]
Charles Sanft, professor and associate head of the history department, received the 2020 James Henry Breasted Prize for his second […]
Henry Bergh (in top hat) stopping an overcrowded horsecar, from Harper’s Weekly, Sept. 21, 1872. Library of Congress Ernest Freeberg, […]
This year, American pet owners will spend close to $100 billion on their pets, but these exorbitant spending habits have […]
Michael E. Woods takes the reins of the Papers of Andrew Jackson project this fall and looks forward to working […]
Dolly Parton’s America podcast received a prestigious Peabody Award, which recognizes stories notable for their excellence as well as their […]
The faculty in the UT Department of History are proud to announce this year’s winners of our undergraduate scholarships and awards.
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