“Remember Fort Pillow,” a documentary film produced in collaboration with Rhodes students, is an official selection of the Indie Memphis Film Festival 2016.
Prof. Mike LaRosa is currently in Bogotá, Colombia conducting research on “out migration” from Colombia to other parts of the world.
Professors Charles McKinney and Robert Saxe will present their research at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH ) Conference in Richmond, VA, Oct. 5-9.
Prof. Tim Huebner will discuss his new book, Liberty and Union: The Civil War Era and American Constitutionalism, at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville.
History alumnus Joe Thompson '08 is out in Hollywood and will make his national TV debut Oct. 27 on NBC sitcom “Superstore.”
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.
Dr. Charles Hughes, director of Rhodes’ Memphis Center, will be featured at the Mid-South Book Festival on Sept. 10 at Playhouse on the Square and Circuit Playhouse.
This summer a group of Rhodes students, parents, recent graduates, and a member from the Memphis Jewish community went on the first Rhodes-led Holocaust Travel Seminar.
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.