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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...

Longtime Professor, Roy V. Scott, Dead at 93

August 29, 2021

Dr. Roy Vernon Scott     Starkville Daily News29 Aug 2021 Roy Vernon Scott, noted historian and professor emeritus of history at Mississippi State University, joined the Church Triumphant on August 24, 2021. A beloved husband, father, grandfather, teacher, mentor, and friend, he was 93 years old. His career at MSU spanned from 1960-1998. A prolific and talented writer and author, Dr. Scott authored or coauthored eleven books, numerous articles, and many book reviews. His varied areas of interest allowed him to easily cover topics that ranged from agricultural history, westward expansion of...

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