In 1982 Knoxville hosted the People’s Republic of China for its inaugural World’s Fair participation. Join Bo Roberts, the president […]
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) announced $43.1 million in awards for 2018 humanities projects across the country. The […]
Andrew Jackson, one of the most critical and controversial figures in American history, is a president of great interest to […]
Tore Olsson, assistant professor of history, has received multiple awards from organizations in three very different historical disciplines for his […]
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!