Monthly Archives: October 2010

Dr. Cheathem’s Book List for Spring 2011 Courses

The book list for Dr. Cheathem’s HIS 420 Southern U.S. History course can be found here. The books for the HIS 495-D Field Experience course will be: Rampolla, The Pocket Guide to Writing in History, 6th ed. (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010) … Continue reading

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Slogan for History T-shirt

Please go to this link and choose which slogan you would like for the history t-shirt. Voting ends on Monday, Nov. 1.

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Spring 2011 History Course Schedule

Registration for the Spring 2011 semester begins next week. Please make sure to set up an appointment with your advisor during the appropriate week: Students with 90+ earned credit hours: Nov. 1-5 Students with 30+ earned credit hours: Nov. 8-12 … Continue reading

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Football Is Not War

As an avid football fan of the University of Tennessee, I have been lucky enough to attend hundreds of games and have spent countless hours traveling across the country feeling one fan’s version of “the thrill of victory and the agony … Continue reading

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The 1st Amendment and the Wall of Separation

Much has been made in the media this week about Republican candidate Christine O’Donnell’s question during the Delaware House race debate earlier this week, “Where in the Constitution is separation of church and state?” O’Donnell is, in fact, correct that the phrase “separation of … Continue reading

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CU Archives Goes Digital

Per Eloise Hitchcock, Director of CU’s Vise Library: Cumberland University Participates in LYRASIS Mass Digitization Collaborative We are pleased to announce that Cumberland University’s Doris & Harry Vise Library has recently digitized and made available historical university publications from its Ernest … Continue reading

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Interview with History Alumnae Keeley Locke

History@CU will periodically be posting interviews with our alumni. Our inaugural interview is with recent graduate Keeley Locke. History@CU: When did you graduate from Cumberland? Keeley Locke: I graduated from Cumberland in May of 2010!! H@CU: Why did you choose … Continue reading

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