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  • History
    authority on 08 29 14 The Middle East Crossroads of the World by Gail Hairston LEXINGTON Ky Aug 29 2014 The University of Kentucky 07 07 14 Old School Skills Erica Mattingly by Zachary Dodson July 7 2014 When University of Kentucky student Erica 07 03 14 UK Researcher Uses New Technology to Preserve Ancient Artifact by Heather Chapman July 3 2014 This July a 07 01 14 A S Alum Back to Share Knowledge of Appalachia by Rachel Knuth July 1 2014 Former University of Kentucky student 06 13 14 Shanghai University Hosts UK Faculty Second Year in a Row by Benjamin Kandt photo by 06 04 14 They Preserve the Past for the Future by Gail Hairston June 4 2014 This year s 06 04 14 Phil Harling Named Next Gaines Center Director by Whitney Hale June 3 2014 The next director of the University of Events Events 10 23 14 Living in Times of Regression A Personal Account President s Room the Singletary Center 7 00pm Ahmed Herzenni Ph D 10 27 14 Pilgrimage in a Tourist Age The Case of Birthright Israel and the Shaping of Jewish Identity Since 1999 hundreds of thousands of young North American Jews have visited UKAA Auditorium WT Young Library 7 00pm Shaul Kelner 10 27 14 Perverse Subjects Becoming Bodies of Literature in the Library The second in the Works in Progress Series features Melissa Adler Assistant Bingham Davis House Gaines Center 7 30pm Dr Melissa Adler 10 29 14 Long Time Ago A Performance by Crit Callebs Eastern Band Cherokee Storyteller Crit Callebs Eastern Band Cherokee descendant is a traditional hunter food The Niles Gallery Lucille Fine Arts Library 4 30pm Crit Callebs 10 29 14 UK Art Museum opening of the exhibit Containing Culture Art of the Middle East 5 00pm 10 30 14 Film viewing and discussion of The Other Boleyn Girl with Susan Bordo Watch the movie and join in a discussion of fact versus fiction with Susan Young Library Auditorium 3 00pm Susan Bordo 11 03 14 Writing History about the Living The Highs Lows of Recent History Research Brown bag talk Writing History about the Living The Highs Lows of Patterson Office Tower Room 1745 12 00pm Melissa Estes Blair Ph D 11 03 14 How US Policy on Palestine Contributes to the Impasse This lecture will examine American efforts to further a peace process that Memorial Hall 7 00pm Rashid Khalidi 11 05 14 The Odyssey A Performance by Joe Goodkin Joe Goodkin s Odyssey is a 30 minute original musical composition for solo Worsham Theatre 8 00pm Joe Goodkin 11 06 14 Islamist Thought and the Egyptian Revolution Political Islam the Muslim Brotherhood and Egyptian Politics 7 00 pm W T WT Young Library Auditorium 7 00pm Mohammad Fadel 11 07 14 Democracy at Risk Around the World with Amaney Jamal co sponsored by QPSIR UKAA Auditorium WT Young Library 1 00pm Amaney Jamal 11 10 14 The Significance of Being First

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  • History
    uky edu Jane E Calvert History Associate Professor Director Editor The John Dickinson Writings Project ON LEAVE 2013 14 ON LEAVE 2013 14 jane calvert uky edu Patterson Office Tower 1763 859 257 2631 Tracy Campbell History Professor of History Co Director Wendell H Ford Public Policy Research Center 20th century U S social and political history tracamp uky edu 1769 Patterson Office Tower 257 7811 J D Carruthers History Graduate Student jd carruthers uky edu Paul Thomas Chamberlin History Associate Professor paul chamberlin uky edu 1751 Patterson Office Tower Francie Chassen Lopez History Gender and Women s Studies Latin American Caribbean and Latino Studies Social Theory Latin America Studies Jewish Studies Professor frclopz email uky edu 1771 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 4344 Jonathan Chilcote History Graduate Student jonathan chilcote uky edu 1702 Patterson Office Tower Eric Christianson History Health Society and Populations Associate Professor ehchri01 uky edu 1759 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 4341 Matthew Combs History Graduate Student matthew combs uky edu Lori Copeland History Graduate Student History Instructor at Greenville Technical College lacope2 uky edu Anastasia Curwood History African American and Africana Studies Assistant Professor a curwood ukyk edu 1715 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 6857 Steve Davis History African American and Africana Studies International Studies Social Theory Assistant Professor srda227 g uky edu 1749 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 1404 Mónica Díaz Hispanic Studies History Social Theory Latin America Studies Associate Professor of Colonial Latin American Studies Fall 2014 office hours Tuesday Thursday 10 00 12 00 and by appointment monica diaz uky edu 1159 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 5756 Danielle Dodson History Graduate Student danielle dodson uky edu 1722 Patterson Office Tower Ronald Eller History Appalachian Center Professor ON LEAVE 2013 14 ON LEAVE 2013 14 eller uky edu 1753 POT 859 257

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  • User account | History
    Degree The Doctoral Degree Funding History Graduate Handbook Graduate Program Forms Placement Awards and Honors History Graduate Student Association Faculty Research Faculty Directory Part Time Instructors Emeritus Faculty Digital History Distinguished Scholarly Records Teaching Resources Alumni Friends Ampersand Give to A S Update Your Information Alumni Success Stories Contact Us Share this page User account Connect User Controls Add extra section page Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your History username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username This login is SSL protected News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematical Economics Modern Classical Languages Literatures Cultures Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political

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  • About the History Department | History
    Ampersand Give to A S Update Your Information Alumni Success Stories Contact Us Share this page About the History Department About the History Department Chair s Message Department Newsletter Faculty Directory Staff Directory Graduate Student Directory Contact Us Where can History take me Digital History Mission Values History Links The Department of History of the University of Kentucky is a vibrant center of scholarship and teaching that has been training students for over 75 years Our 31 faculty members have earned national and international recognition We offer course work and training for undergraduate and graduate students in the history of the Americas Asia Europe Africa and the Middle East All faculty teach introductory survey and topical courses as well as seminars Members of the department are involved in a wide range of interdisciplinary programs such as Gender and Women s Studies Africana Studies African American Studies and Research Appalachian Studies Latin American Studies and Social Theory They also teach in the University Honors Program and the Gaines Center for the Humanities Chair Karen Petrone Director of Graduate Studies Scott Taylor Director of Undergraduate Studies Erik Myrup Director of Internships Melanie Goan Department Manager Tina Hagee 1715 Patterson Office Tower Department of History Lexington KY 40506 0027 Telephone 859 257 6861 Fax 859 323 3885 Follow us on Facebook and on Twitter Department Newsletter Chair s Message News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies

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  • Chair's Message | History
    evenly divided between the M A and Ph D programs Our undergraduates pursue careers in business law politics education and many other fields Our graduate students have gone on to teach in universities and colleges throughout the United States Our faculty have been awarded fellowships by the most prominent foundations and government granting agencies for example the National Endowment for the Humanities the National Humanities Center the Guggenheim Foundation the National Science Foundation the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton and the American Council of Learned Societies Scholars investigate political diplomatic economic social cultural intellectual religious and legal history and the history of science and medicine Our research spans the globe from Appalachia to Mexico from Macao to Germany from Lexington to Moscow The numerous prizes for books and articles that faculty have been awarded attest to the high quality of their scholarship History Department professors have won every teaching award available at the University of Kentucky and have been honored as invited teachers at some of world s most prestigious institutions such as the Collège de France and Princeton University At present we are very excited about the recent restructuring of our graduate program which positions us in the forefront of changes taking place throughout the academic world Building on the department s strengths colleagues have created new fields of concentration which will foster collaboration among faculty and graduate students not only across chronological periods but also cultural and geographical borders see fields of concentration under the Graduate Program for more information We are developing new strengths in African and International History at the same time that we continue to offer rigorous training in American and European History Thank you for visiting our website We hope it will spark your interest in the exciting research and teaching offered by

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  • Mission & Values | History
    Department Newsletter Faculty Directory Staff Directory Graduate Student Directory Contact Us Where can History take me Digital History Mission Values History Links The Department of History is committed to excellence in research teaching and community service We are dedicated to fostering a vibrant intellectual community at the University of Kentucky We train our students to appreciate the significance and relevance of the past in order to understand the varied and diverse historical creators of the present We emphasize the development of critical faculties including the identification of historical problems their contextualization and the ability to interpret synthesize and analyze historical texts and sources We also train them in a variety of historical methodologies and information technologies We are privileged to have an outstanding resource in The William T Young Library of which we and our students make excellent use We engage students in our own production of knowledge not only to learn that process but also to recognize the responsibilities inherent in the writing of history We are committed to teaching students how world events have affected Kentucky and how what transpires in Kentucky has global implications Our research teaching and community service not only serve the Commonwealth of Kentucky but also the United States Our work as scholars teachers and students also enhances historical and contemporary knowledge about regions and countries as far afield as Brazil Mexico Turkey Spain Germany Russia and the former Soviet Union modern Europe North Africa India and Southeast Asia Digital History up History Links News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL

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  • History
    M A Degree The Doctoral Degree Funding History Graduate Handbook Graduate Program Forms Placement Awards and Honors History Graduate Student Association Faculty Research Faculty Directory Part Time Instructors Emeritus Faculty Digital History Distinguished Scholarly Records Teaching Resources Alumni Friends Ampersand Give to A S Update Your Information Alumni Success Stories Contact Us All Faculty Staff Graduate Students Search by name Picture Name Position E mail Office Phone Number Tina Hagee Department Manager Associate Department of History thagee1 uky edu 1715 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 1731 News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematical Economics Modern Classical Languages Literatures Cultures Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Russian

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  • Department Newsletter | History
    Handbook Graduate Program Forms Placement Awards and Honors History Graduate Student Association Faculty Research Faculty Directory Part Time Instructors Emeritus Faculty Digital History Distinguished Scholarly Records Teaching Resources Alumni Friends Ampersand Give to A S Update Your Information Alumni Success Stories Contact Us Share this page Department Newsletter About the History Department Chair s Message Department Newsletter Faculty Directory Staff Directory Graduate Student Directory Contact Us Where can History take me Digital History Mission Values History Links Department Newsletter Current Issue 2014 Newsletter Archive 2013 2012 2011 2008 2007 2006 Chair s Message up Faculty Directory News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematical Economics Modern Classical

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