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November 17, 2021
MSU History Masters Students placed First, Second and Third in the oral competition section of the Annual MSU Graduate Research Symposium. Jordan Wesley's paper, “To Be Womanly Always, Discouraged Never: The role of southern sororities in American containment culture,” captured first prize. Kayla Jordan's “More than ectoplasm: A study of Civil War memory and Southern ghostlore," finished second and Kendall Comish, “Fighting AIDS Patients: How NIMBY-ism/urban revanchism was used to fight against a Mississippi AIDS boarding house,” took third. Congratulations to each of you.
November 1, 2021
The Office of the President and the College of Arts & Sciences are proud to recognize Professor Judith Ridner as Mississippi State University’s Humanities Teacher of the Year for 2021-22. The award is sponsored by the Mississippi Humanities Council and recognizes the scholarship and teaching of faculty across the state who have significantly advanced the mission of the humanities in Mississippi. As Mississippi State’s Humanities Council Award winner, Ridner will give a public lecture about her humanities work on March 3, 2022, at 2:00 PM. More details to follow about this event.
Mississippi State History Professors Spread Their Research and Message Throughout the United States and Europe
October 19, 2021
This year, five Mississippi State history professors are bringing others into MSU’s intellectual orbit. Professor Kathryn Barbier is at the US Air Force Academy, where, as a Distinguished Visiting Professor, she is sharing with the cadets and their professors the newest insights into military history, especially the latest work on World War II. Professor Ann Daly is spending this year at the American Antiquarian Society in Massachusetts where she is the Hench Fellow. Her work there focuses on the intersection of money, politics and technology in early American culture. Professor Christian...
Mississippi State University Announces the Frank and Virginia Williams Chair for Abraham Lincoln and Civil War Studies
October 18, 2021
The Frank and Virginia Williams Chair for Abraham Lincoln and Civil War Studies will be a faculty position within the University Libraries. Tenure will reside within the Department of History in the College of Arts and Sciences, as the Chair will be filled by a nationally recognized historian of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War era. The Chair will be responsible for managing the Williams Collection of Lincolniana, ensuring and facilitating smooth department operations including reference, collection development, acquisitions and accession, description, digitization and storage of the...
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