The fifth annual Southeast German Studies Workshop will be held March 1-2 in the John C. Hodges Library. The event is dedicated to fostering creative, interdisciplinary dialogue among faculty members and graduate students interested in the history, society, and cultures of German-speaking Central Europe.
What did it mean to read or write a book in the Middle Ages or the Renaissance? This question is at the heart of “Grounding the Book: Readers, Writers, and Places in the Pre-Modern World,” a symposium to be hosted on March 1 to 3 by the Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
UT Knoxville has bestowed a James R. Cox Professorship upon another deserving faculty member. Nathan Sanders, associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, will hold the honor for three years.
Noted authors Shirley and Wayne Wiegand will present a public lecture entitled, “Free to All? The Painful Process of Desegregating Public Libraries in the American South” at 6 p.m. on Feb. 21 in the auditorium of the Communications Building.
Today kicks off National Emergency Preparedness Week. Every day this week, “Tennessee Today” will feature ways for UT faculty, staff, and students to learn how to protect themselves and others in an emergency. One key way to prepare for an emergency is to receive training. The university offers online training to all students, faculty, and