KTASA member, Bruce Tyler, will be bringing his tabletop exhibit to the conference in May. ”Louisville’s African American Firefighters during the Segregation Years, 1923 to 1954″ is a photographic essay featuring firefighters from the black community in Louisville, KY. Dr. Tyler is a faculty member in the department of history at University of Louisville and […]
With the ongoing commemoration of the sesquicentennial of the American Civil War, our colleagues at the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum are sponsoring a symposium, “Lincoln and the War,” on April 4-5, 2014. Visit their website for information: Lincoln Symposium. The library is located at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee.
See our new page, KTASA Conference May 2014, for the latest information on the conference. Program and online registration coming soon! Hope to see you there.
1. It’s a great bargain. 2. It’s friendly. 3. It’s small and intimate. 4. It’s intellectually stimulating. 5. For first time presenters, it’s not intimidating. 6. It’s better than a big conference. We schedule single sessions (at most two concurrent sessions), so you always present to a full house. No empty rooms with more presenters […]
Crossing Over: Borders & Bridges Kentucky-Tennessee American Studies Association (KTASA) Biennial Conference May 16, & 17, 2014 in Murfreesboro, TN at the Murfreesboro & Rutherford County Heritage Center; In partnership with the Center for Historic Preservation, MTSU PROPOSALS DUE: January 15, 2014 The program committee for the Kentucky-Tennessee American Studies Association invites panel and paper […]
This is the new home of the Kentucky-Tennessee American Studies Association. We’ll be migrating content from the old site over the next few weeks and adding new content, so stay tuned!