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Department of History opens search for tenure-track position in Medieval European History


When you study history at the University of Memphis, you learn from a team of talented, award-winning scholars and teachers. You absorb the diverse, important, and fascinating lessons of the human past. And you master the necessary skills to succeed in today’s economy: you think critically, research deeply, analyze complex events, and write with clarity and distinction.

Our faculty members teach courses on a wide variety of themes, time periods, and geographic regions, and they teach many of them online. We are one of the few major research universities to offer both the B.A. and M.A. degrees online.

Our graduate program offers both the M.A. and Ph.D. We have five major focus areas that define our strengths as a graduate program: African American and Southern History; Egyptology; Global History; Modern European History; and the study of Women, Gender, and the Family.

 

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Through 26 Nov 2014» Exhibit on animals in ancient Egypt (Art Museum of the U of M)

Through 18 Jan 2015» Exhibit on animal mummies in ancient Egypt (Memphis Brooks Museum of Art)


23 Oct» Dr Martin Roth lecture at Rhodes College on “Beyond the University: Why Liberal Education Matters”

24 Oct» Dr Anna Boozer lecture on archaeology of Roman city in Egypt’s Dakhieh Oasis


Department of History faculty and alumni participate in 30th Annual Ohio Valley History Conference

Dr Chris Johnson publishes article in special issue of Gender & History

Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council honors book on urban slavery containing chapter written by Dr Susan O’Donovan

Dr Beverly Bond and Dr Robert Connelly lead discussion on Loving v. Virginia

Dr Scott Marler’s “interchange” with other economic history scholars published in Journal of American History

Amr Shahat’s essay on advocacy by Memphis museums published in archaeology blog

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