The Department of History is pleased to welcome two new faculty members to UTC this year.
The History Department cordially invites you to submit an entry for the first History Bookmark Design Contest! The bookmark will be used by you, History majors, History minors, and Secondary Education-History majors, to show our love for history on and off the UTC campus. The History Department faculty will decide on a winner, who will receive a prize.
On March 3, 2021, Associate Professor of History and Director of Africana Studies Susan Eckelmann Berghel participated in a panel on “A Team Approach to Open Pedagogy through High Impact Practices and Experiential Learning,” which was part of Tennessee Open Education Week Organized by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission’s Textbook Affordability for Student Success Task Force.
The Russell Linnemann Memorial Endowment gives $450,000 for the study of African and African-American history along with the story of the blues. The money, given in perpetuity, is divided into $450,000 to fund ongoing programs and $50,000 to create an account to honor the career of Linnemann and his academic contributions.
Associate Professor of History and Director of the Africana Studies Program Susan Eckelmann Berghel was a guest on the WUTC show “Scenic Roots,” where she discussed her course “History of White Rage.”
The History Department invites you to submit an entry for the contest. The button will be worn by you, history majors, to show pride on and off the UTC campus and to recruit more students into our program.
The UTC Department of History is excited to launch a new poster campaign that highlights the many places a history degree can take you.
A collaboration involving the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of History and RISE Chattanooga, a community-based nonprofit organization, aims to preserve past and present African American culture in the Chattanooga area.
The Department of History will be offering a range of interesting classes in the Spring of 2021. Many of those classes relate to the curricular theme adopted for the semester, which is The Struggle for Racial Justice and Equality.
The Department of History is pleased to welcome two new instructors, Tucker Adkins and Camille Goldmon. Read more about what they bring to the Department and to UTC here.
109-year-old Halie Forstner becomes an honorary Moc, honorary president of the UTC History Club, and Honorary Chair of the History Student Advisory Board.
The UTC Department of History is excited to welcome students to the Fall 2020 semester with a full set of courses on a wide range of subjects at various levels and through several different modalities.
Profs. Susan Eckelmann Berghel and Mark Johnson took students on a Chattanooga Civil Rights tour, the opening event for the Africana Studies / First-Generation College Students trip to Civil Rights sites in Montgomery and Birmingham. Check out the pictures from the tour.