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History Students Participate in Middle East Student Symposium

Students from Dr. Tatlock’s ancient Near Eastern history course (HIST 3225) participated in the Middle East Student Symposium, hosted by the Middle East Council of the University System of Georgia.   The event was held virtually on April 24, 2021, and consisted of two panels of student presentations.  The following students and papers were derived from HIST 3225:Zachary […]

Georgia Southern grad student curates virtual exhibits on Southern culture of nuclear plant town during Cold War

Jessica Forsee’s professional goal has always been to make history available to as many people as possible. As a graduate student in the Georgia Southern University Department of History, Forsee has been able to work toward her goal by curating exhibits, doing research and helping with daily tasks as an intern at the Savannah River […]

Dr. Kurt Knoerl Featured in WTOC Story

Ogeechee International History Film Festival begins February 25, 2021

The Ogeechee International History Film Festival (OIHFF) OIHFF Opening Film – Good Luck Soup Q & A – a film by Matthew Hashiguchi The Ogeechee International History Film Festival will be all virtual. This year’s festival features Good Luck Soup, a film by Matthew Hashiguchi. Good Luck Soup is a personal documentary about Hashiguchi and […]

Dr. Cathy Skidmore-Hess publishes in African Studies Quarterly

Congratulations to Prof. Cathy Skidmore-Hess on the publication of her article, “Identity, Guns, and Nineteenth-century Globalization: An Examination of Botswana,” in African Studies Quarterly! This is a fascinating and very informative examination of environmental history, hunting practices, labor, class, and the global economy. Southern College of Arts and Humanities