Podcast: Tim Smith, "Civil War Battlefield Preservation in History, Memory, and Policy," WKU Libraries’ Kentucky Live! series

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JOB: Assistant Professor, Colonial North American/Early US History, Western KY University

The History Department at Western Kentucky University invites applications for a tenure-eligible position at the assistant professor level, in colonial North American and early United States history, with experience in digital history methods, to begin August 2018. 

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JOB: Assistant Professor, Diversity & Community Studies, Western Kentucky University

Western Kentucky University's Department of Diversity and Community Studies seeks "dynamic scholar-teachers whose teaching, scholarship, and service show potential for substantive, innovative, collaborative interdisciplinary interventions.  While disciplinary training and area(s) of research are open, candidates should have experience with community-based participatory action research and social justice scholarship.  We are interested in scholar-teachers with expertise in at least one of the following: African American studies, gender &a

Call for Volunteers! Celebrate Women's Equality Day by adding to our new KY Woman Suffrage portal pages

WE NEED YOU! Calling all H-Kentucky subscribers! In celebration of Women's Equality Day and with the wonderful programming and designer support from the H-Net office, we here at H-Kentucky are proud to announce the official launch of the

Eliza Calvert Obenchain ("Eliza Calvert Hall"), Kentucky Suffragist

She was born Eliza Calvert in Bowling Green, Kentucky on February 11, 1856 and was known to all as “Lida.”  Her mother, Margaret Younglove, was a native of Johnstown, New York and her father, Thomas Chalmers Calvert, was born in Giles County, Tennessee.  Thomas was the son of a Presbyterian minister, Samuel Wilson Calvert, and his wife Eliza Caroline Hall Calvert.  It was her grandmother’s name, Hall, that Lida would use as her pen name.

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