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SEWHA presents “Arenas of Deception: Views from Late Imperial China”

The UTC History Department and College of Arts and Sciences, in partnership with the Southeast World History Association (SEWHA) will host Dr. Mark McNicholas’s lecture on Friday, April 1, 6:00 P.M. at the Read House in downtown Chattanooga. This event is free and open to the public.

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Corker opens Business Leadership Speaker Series

U.S. Senator Bob Corker presented the inaugural event in the UTC College of Business Leadership Speaker Series on Monday, February 29. Sen. Corker spoke to a group of faculty, staff and students about the importance of preparation and service.

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Women’s History Month features hip-hop and gender

Hip-hop and gender are at the center of Dr. Regina Bradley’s talk, “‘SpottieOttie that Was Shawty’: Pleasure Politics in the Hip Hop South,” on Thursday, March 3, Multicultural Center.

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Women’s History Month Speaker Series

Reflecting, Re-envisioning, Renewing: Women’s Studies After 45 Years. Join UTC’s Women’s Studies department in celebrating Women’s History Month with a series of talks every Monday night for the month of February.

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Sheyann Webb to share her experiences as the “Smallest Freedom Fighter”

In 1964, 8-year-old Selma, Alabama resident Sheyann Webb saw something that changed her life forever. On her way to school, she saw a crowd of blacks and whites standing together, an unusual site in the South at the time. Instead of going to school, she followed the crowd to the Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church, and as a result attended her very first meeting of the Civil Rights Movement. Dr.

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