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Dr. Christine Sears Participates in International Conference on Barbary Studies

A year and a half ago, I was invited to deliver a keynote at an international conference at the University of Innsbruck. I had the great privilege of attending and speaking at the conference, “Piracy and Captivity in the Mediterranean …


Unfurling the Lives of American Sailors in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

My name is Jacob Nelson. This summer I had the opportunity to participate in a program called Research and Creative Experience for Undergraduates (or, to cut down on syllables, RCEU). As a history student, this meant that I got to spend about ten …


Interning at Russell Cave during the National Park Service Centennial

My name is David Hatfield.  During the summer I had the opportunity to intern at Russell Cave National Monument in Bridgeport, Alabama. During the internship, I experienced what it is like to work in a national park. Russell Cave is a …


Exploring Career Paths at the Alabama Department of Archives and History

Hello, world. My name is Katie Bargas, and I am a junior at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I am a History major with a Public History minor and was recently able to do an internship at the Alabama Department of Archives and History …


Student Project Helps Close the Case in Scottsboro

My name is Andy Sheppard. In March, Dr. Reidy told me about a project at the Limestone County Archives involving the Scottsboro Boys and invited me to help with his research there. During the second trial of Haywood Patterson, one of the nine …


Comparative Cultures and Conflicts Certificate

Comparative Cultures and Conflicts Certificate

Whether you travel abroad for your career or for pleasure or just want to know more about world cultures, a graduate certificate in Comparative Cultures and Conflicts (CCC) from UAH will help you …