Sponsored by the Center for the Study of War and Society, Department of History, University of Tennessee
Seminars are held on the following Fridays from 3:00 - 4: 30 p.m. at the Special Collections Department of the University of Tennessee Libraries, 1410 Cumberland Avenue, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee. Papers are pre-circulated. For a copy e-mail (see below)
OCTOBER 10, 2003
Professor Amy L. S. Staples, Department of History, Middle Tennessee State University
"From Silence to Action: The Johnson Administration's Response to the ‘Population Explosion'"
NOVEMBER 7, 2003
Darren Hughes, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of English, University of Tennessee
"The American Left and the Problems of History in Philip Roth's American Trilogy"
DECEMBER 5, 2003
Anthony Aiello, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of English, Cornell University
"Written in Sand: Myth and Meaning in Gulf War Narratives"
JANUARY 23, 2004
Professor Michael Birdwell, Department of History, Tennessee Technological University
"Is that a Missile in Your Pocket or are you just Happy to See Me?: The Cold War, Sex, and Popular Culture."
FEBRUARY 13, 2004
Dr. Victoria Ott, Department of History, University of Tennessee
"The Confederacy's Daughters: Elite Young Women, Work, and Family in the Civil War South"
MARCH 19, 2003
Dr. Edward Lengel, Papers of George Washington, University of Virginia
"George Washington the Soldier: An Assessment"
APRIL 23, 2004
Dr. John C. Pinheiro, Papers of George Washington, University of Virginia
"Crusade and Conquest: A Look at ‘Manifest Destiny' through Anti-Catholic Eyes"
Dr. Ralph W. Brown, History Program, Lees-McRae College
"Learning Lessons from the Past?: The U.S. Army as an Occupation Force
in Austria, 1945"
Professor George Rable, Department of History, University of Alabama
"Religion in the Grand Narrative of the Civil War"
Papers for the colloquium will be circulated in advance to those planning to attend. It is assumed those attending the colloquium will have read the paper being present in advance. Copies of papers being presented are available at the Center for the Study of War and Society (220 Hoskins Library) or the Department of History (6th Floor, Dunford Hall). Copies can also be obtained in advance by contacting Cynthia Tinker, Project Coordinator for the Center, at email@example.com or (865) 974-0128.
Professors G. Kurt Piehler and George White are beginning to plan next year's colloquium schedule. If you would like more information, please contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com or (865) 974-0128.
Center for the Study of War and Society
220 Hoskins Library
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996
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