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New Podcast Envisions Huntsville as a Twenty-Third Century City

Jan 04, 2023

The University of Alabama in Huntsville students are envisioning Huntsville as a twenty-third-century city, and have released a new podcast to explore the Rocket City’s …


Professional CM Panel
Adventures in Communication Studies Kicks off College Wide Career Development Series in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Dec 02, 2022

The Communication Arts Department in collaboration with CAHS Career and Internships kicked off a new career development series on November 4th, 2022. Held in Morton Hall, the event featured four panelists of industry professionals including …


History guest Dr. Isabela Morales speaks about her latest book

Sep 30, 2022

September 30, 2022     I     ANASTASIA SMITH (SOPHOMORE, POLITICAL SCIENCE & …


The UAH Department of History connects current students with alumni

Sep 16, 2022

September 16, 2022     I     Anastasia Smith (Sophomore, Political Science & History) 

The History Department’s Alumni/Jobs Dinner brought many current and former students together to discuss what can be done with a History degree …


UAH co-hosts The Joy of Juneteenth with Dr. Opal Lee

Sep 13, 2022

September 6, 2022 | Nicholaos …


UAH Theatre announces the 2022-2023 season

Aug 29, 2022

UAH Theatre announces the 2022-2023 season (#18) and it is REVOLTING! 

This year, we have focused on comedy, good feels, and REVOLUTION! Join us as we examine women and the revolution, an important cultural musical, and a readers series of new …


UAH to host The Joy of Juneteenth with Dr. Opal Lee August 28 & 29, 2022

Aug 16, 2022

The Joy of Juneteenth brings Dr. Opal Lee to the City of Huntsville to discuss the history and significance of celebrating the anniversary of the day General Gordon Granger proclaimed the emancipation of enslaved people in …


History Internship Spotlight with Jacob Winton

Jul 13, 2022

Student History Blog:  Jacob Winton, Senior History Major 

This summer, I had the incredible opportunity to spend ten weeks working at the Limestone Archives. While there, I digitized and created metadata for a correspondence collection curated …


UAH continues to discover the history of Avalon

May 16, 2022

The land currently occupied by UAH was a nineteenth-century cotton plantation called Avalon. Starting in the early 1800s, Avalon became one of the largest cotton plantations in Madison County. By 1860, 106 enslaved people worked the land and …