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Living History: Students Trace Nashville’s Black History as Part of a New Series of University Courses

Living History: Students Trace Nashville’s Black History as Part of a New Series of University Courses

Thirteen students met during the fall semester for a class called Historic Black Nashville. Taught by Jane Landers and Daniel Sharfstein, the course is part of a new initiative known as the University Courses program, a collaborative model that brings together faculty from different parts of the university to teach students from a variety of majors.

Chief Joseph and Gen. Oliver Otis Howard (ARCHIVAL PHOTOS: LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

Thunder in the Mountains: Book Explores Clash between Two American Legends

Daniel Sharfstein’s new book explores the clash between two important late-19th-century Americans: an army general from Maine named Oliver Otis Howard and a Nez Perce chief named Joseph, leader of a small band of Native Americans in far northeastern Oregon.

Chancellor Faculty Fellows Program to Advance Trans-institutional Scholarship

Chancellor Faculty Fellows Program to Advance Trans-institutional Scholarship

Fifteen faculty members from diverse disciplines have been selected as the first cohort of the Chancellor Faculty Fellows program.