September 28, 2015
EMPIRE, POWER, IDENTITY, AND CONFLICT (EPIC) REGIONAL CONFERENCE, 2015:“FROM WAR TO PEACE”MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITYFriday, September 25Problems in Twentieth-Century EPIC History. 4:00-5:00, McCool Hall 126Nancy Traylor-Heard, Mississippi State University: “The Fight against Malaria and Tuberculosis in Wartime Alabama and Mississippi, 1941-1945”Doug Forrest, Mississippi State University: “Conventional Wisdom: U.S.
Everything Old in New Again--Symposium for History Undergraduate Research--Proposal Deadline: March 1, 2016
September 14, 2015
Everything Old Is New Again:Creative Approaches to Familiar Subjects in HistoryAn Undergraduate Research SymposiumThe History Department at Mississippi State University invites undergraduate scholars to submit papers for the eighth annual Symposium for History Undergraduate Research (SHUR). The symposium will provide students with the opportunity to present and discuss their work in the format of an academic history conference.
"A Shaky Truce" - Civil Rights Struggles in Starkville, Mississippi, 1960-1980 Receives Mississippi Humanities Council Grant
September 6, 2015
The project can be found at http://starkvillecivilrights.msstate.edu/. MSU History and Library Personnel involved in the project include:Lindsay Drane, Graduate StudentChristine Dunn, Undergraduate StudentNickoal Eichmann, History Research LibrarianEmily Gunther, Graduate StudentDee Heard, Graduate StudentSimon Marcy, Graduate StudentMichael Murphy, Graduate StudentKelli Nelson, Graduate StudentHillary Richardson, Humanities LibrarianJudith Ridner, PhD., Associate Professor of HistoryNick Timmerman, Graduate StudentJustin Whitney, Grad
August 5, 2015
The group is part of the National Defense University at Ft. McNair in Washington, D.C. Zinsou did research as a first step in the official U.S. Army history of the Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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