Rowdy Kowalik ’19 has worked at the National Civil Rights Museum and Ruth Scott ’18 at the Dixon Gallery & Gardens. Three interns helped research material for a Memphis Heritage Inc. guide recently published.
The story takes readers inside the day-to-day struggles of civilians surviving in occupied territory and facing tough, sometimes gut-wrenching, choices.
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Dr. Jeffrey Jackson, associate professor history, has published an opinion piece on The Hill website about recent Charlottesville, VA, events.
The Rhodes College Department of History recently invited returning majors and minors along with first-year students interested in studying history to a fun-filled picnic in Oak Alley on campus.
New this fall is the Department of History’s new concentration in public history, which is designed for students to pursue experiences in museums, archives, and historical preservation.
Over the summer, two Rhodes History majors were involved in preserving a largely hidden part of Memphis history.
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