Dr Shawn Faulkner’s recent visit to Truman as the 2016 Kohlenberg-Towne Lecturer was great success. Students got a hands-on feel for what it was like to be a soldier in the trenches and the evening lecture was standing room only.
Truman alumna Karianne Jones JD, will present Finding Women: An Examination of the Women’s Rights Movement in the Supreme Court on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the SUB Activities Room. This event is a collaboration between the Multicultural Affairs Center and the Women and Gender Studies Committee.
As part of TSU’s History Department’s current WWI series, Dr Shawn Faulkner, Professor of Military History, US Army General Command and Staff College, Leavenworth, KS, will present the 2016 Kohlenberg-Towne Lecture. Please join us on Tuesday, 15 March 2016 at 7pm in Baldwin Hall Little Theatre (BH 176) for “John J. Pershing: Missouri to the Meuse Argonne”
Truman State University is seeking applicants for a non-tenure track faculty position in the History Department to begin August 2016. Must teach World History surveys, African History survey at the lower-division level, and a variety of major electives. See https://secure.truman.edu/positionlisting-s/positiondetails.asp?positionId=401
This website examines a sample of documents and photographs from the Harry H. Laughlin collection from Truman State University. It introduces topics from the eugenics movement from the late nineteenth to early twentieth centuries as they relate to Harry Laughlin’s work. Harry H. Laughlin (1880-1943) was a professor at North Missouri Normal School of the First District […]
The inaugural lecture of The African American Experience in Missouri series featuring Diane Mutti Burke, associate professor of history at the University of Missouri in Kansas City, will be held at 7 p.m. on February 3 in Jesse Auditorium of Jesse Hall on the University of Missouri campus in Columbia. In her presentation, Contesting Slavery: […]
As part of the Global Issues Colloquium Series, classical and modern language professors Sana Camara and Ron Manning will moderate “Kirksville’s Newest Immigrants: A Growing Central African Community” at 7 p.m. Feb. 4 in Magruder Hall 2001.The colloquium will feature Kirksville resident Richard Yampayana, professors John Quinn and Sally Cook, and recent Congolese immigrants. The […]
As part of a collaborative effort to highlight the centenary of World War I, the Truman State University Digital Library in Pickler’s Special Collections recently announced a new collection: Experiences from the Great War. This collection is comprised of the E. M. Violette Collection of WWI Soldiers’ Letters and select WWI posters.
As part of the History department’s commemoration of the centennial of the Great War, Dr. Jeff Gall and 20 Truman students took a bus trip to the National World War I Museum Sunday, 8 November. They had a great day with perfect weather for the “sold-out” trip, partially funded by the History Department Endowment. Everyone loved Arthur Bryant’s and […]
Truman’s History Department will present Grand Illusion (La Grande Illusion) for the fourth and final film in this fall’s World War I Film Series. Directed by Jean Renoir, this 1937 film is considered by many critics to be one of the masterpieces of French cinema. This story of French soldiers in a German prisoner of […]