Louisiana During World War II is now available for free download for use in the classroom or for private viewing by anyone. This is a six-part, seventy-five minute documentary written by Jerry P. Sanson (Louisiana State University at Alexandria), directed, edited, and narrated by me (William B. Robison, Southeastern Louisiana University), and funded in part by a U.S.
H-Louisiana is sponsored by the Louisiana Historical Association. The purpose of the network is to facilitate communication and the exchange of scholarly and pedagogical ideas and digital projects among researchers, teachers, scholars, advanced students, and related professionals (e.g. local historians, librarians, archivists, genealogists) interested in Louisiana history as well as those who work in Louisiana.
Dear Louisiana fellow,
Dear historians of Louisiana, Latin America, and the Caribbean,
To promote the use of collections housed at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, the Department of History and Geography is pleased to announce the Jamie Guilbeau and Thelma Guilbeau UL Lafayette Research Grant in the amount of $2,000 for a researcher who is not a faculty member, staff member, or graduate student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Lâche Pas Le Français!
Share and Preserve Louisiana’s French Speaking Heritage
Saturday, April 9, 2016 Lafayette Public Library (Downtown)
10am-3pm 301 West Congress Street