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Faculty News and Updates Fall 2021

The UTC Department of History is comprised of distinguished faculty members whose scholarship and teaching contribute to the advancement of knowledge in a variety of fields. Check out some of their recent accomplishments here.

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Lunch, Learn & Link #1 on 9/15

Lunch, Learn & Link Event #1 | Open Forum: Historians React to Current Events | Wednesday, September 15, 2021 / 12:00-1:00 | In-Person and via Zoom

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Cancelled — Final Primary Sources Workshop 4/21 at 12:00

At 12PM on Wednesday April 21, history professor Edward Brudney and history student Sophie Barton will present information on primary sources they have used in their current research.

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Edward Brudney Faculty Profile

Edward Brudney Faculty Profile

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Latin American Dialogues Speaker Series Highlights

Highlights from the second event of the Latin American Dialogues Speaker Series on “High-End Coffee, Maya Farmers, and the Creation of Value” with Dr. Edward Fischer (Vanderbilt University).

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Scenic Roots Interview on Latin American Dialogues Series

On Monday, October 12, 2020, Assistant Professor of History Eddie Brudney and Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology Emma McDonell were guests on the WUTC show “Scenic Roots,” where they discussed the Latin American Dialogues Speaker Series with Ray Bassett, the show’s host and producer.

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Faculty Updates Summer and Fall 2020

The Department of History is made up of an impressive and accomplished group of faculty.  Read about some of their recent accomplishments below.

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Prof. Eddie Brudney’s New Article

Prof. Eddie Brudney published an article entitled “(P)Reimagining the Nation: Citizenship, Labor, and the State in António Ribeiro Sanches’s Cartas sobre a educação da mocidade” in Luso-Brazilian Review (Vol. 57, no. 1, 2020).

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Faculty Updates

The Department of History is made up of an impressive and accomplished group of faculty.  Read about some of their recent accomplishments here.

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Prof. Eddie Brudney’s New Article

Prof. Eddie Brudney published an article entitled “‘In Defense of Our Livelihoods’: Rethinking Authoritarian Legality and Worker Resistance during Argentina’s Proceso de Reorganización Nacional” in Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas.

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The Department of History Welcomes New Faculty Members

The Department of History is pleased to welcome two new full-time faculty members, Edward Brudney and Mark A. Johnson.  Read more about what they bring to the Department and to UTC.

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