A team of UT scholars is researching the stories of veterans interred at Knoxville National Cemetery.
The role of the Tennessee frontier in the revolutionary founding of the nation will be the topic of an inaugural symposium April 21.
The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany’s main newspaper for international affairs coverage, interviewed history professor Vejas Liulevicius about the March 1918 Treaty of Brest Litovsk.
Daniel Feller, a professor of history, spoke with Courthouse News about how government norms change over time, which sometimes makes it difficult to assess the viability of claims made by politicians in power.
Julie Reed, associate professor of history, spoke with Voice of America about a new exhibit at the American Indian Museum that explores the use of American Indian imagery over the years.
The politics of white identity have resurfaced in recent years in our national discourse and on college campuses.
WBIR was on hand to cover the second Knoxville Women’s March, which drew 14,000 to downtown on January 21. UT history professor Lynn Sacco said that women have been marching since the 20th century.
Greeneville Sun: Daniel Feller shares Andrew Jackson stories with the Greene County Heritage Trust.
Daniel Feller, professor of history, appeared on C-SPAN and the Australian Broadcasting Company’s TV show, Planet America, to discuss President Andrew Jackson.
Two faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences will appear on radio and television this weekend. Misty Anderson’s interview about Dickens and Christmas will air at 3 p.m. Saturday, December 9, on NewsTalk 98.7 FM. Daniel Feller’s presentation about Andrew Jackson and the Bank War, will air at 8 p.m. Sunday, December 10,
Jay Rubenstein, the Riggsby director of the UT Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, wrote an opinion-editorial for the Knoxville News Sentinel about how a proposed graduate student tax could cripple a generation of students.
Master Arabic calligrapher Pablo Casado will give a public lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 7.