History Department Student News
A documentary screening sponsored by the UTC History Club and Spectrum November 10, 2016, 5:30 PM Multicultural Center, UC Screening followed by a discussion with UTC history professor Dr. William Kuby Free and open to all
On October 13, 2016, the UTC History Club and Southern Adventist University hosted a historical walking tour of the Tennessee riverfront with Maury Nicely. Check out some of the photos from the tour below.
On October 5, the UTC History Club and Euphrates Chapter held a roundtable with UTC’s history faculty on “The U.S. and the World: Foreign Policy and the 2016 Presidential Election.” The History Department’s regional experts broke down the foreign policy positions of the presidential candidates for an audience of UTC students, professors, and community members. Featuring: Susan Eckelmann Berghel – moderator Michael Thompson on foreign policy and presidential elections Ryan Edwards…
Check out the documentary films from the Department’s spring break study tour in Vienna and Budapest
Over spring break 2016, Department Head John Swanson led a study tour in Vienna and Budapest for the UTC students in his class on “Two Sides of the Iron Curtain: Making Documentary Film.” The students worked in pairs and made short documentary films exploring a series of historical and social issues in Austria and Hungary. Check out the films in Vimeo.
Over spring break 2016, Department Head John Swanson led a study tour in Vienna and Budapest for the UTC students in his class on “Two Sides of the Iron Curtain: Making Documentary Film.” Take a look at highlights from the trip on Flickr.
UTC History Department interns are working with world-renowned artist Meg Saligman to create a monumental mural in Chattanooga’s MLK District. Read more at the MLK District Mural Blog, and check at the press coverage in the Times Free Press. UTC interns with Mayor Berke.
UTC interns working with Envisioning History are adding momentum to a big data-driven project on World War II. For more see Mark Kennedy, “Big Data Meets WWII,” Chattanooga Times Free Press.
The College of Arts & Sciences website features “Student Success Profiles” of history majors Kaylyn Wade, Barry Bookheimer, and James Scott.