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On August 27th, Professor Joseph P. Ward and Professor Sheila Skemp signed copies of their newest book releases as part of Square Book's Back to School, Back to Books event.
Professor John Neff, Director of the Center for Civil War Research, awards Dr. Barbara Gannon the Wiley-Silver Prize during the 2012 Conference on the Civil War
May 12, 2012
Deirdre Cooper Owens teaches courses that focus on early U.S. history, American slavery, gender, and American medicine.
Dr. Ross is Director of the African American Studies Program.
Dr. Payne at work.
Vivian Ibrahim recently edited a volume of essays entitled "Political Leadership, Nations and Charisma."
The Children's Defense Fund founder directed the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund office in Jackson and served as counsel for the Poor People's Campaign organized by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Each April, the Center for Civil War Research invites a distinguished historian to UM to deliver a lecture on the Civil War era. The event is free and open to the public.
MHC Scholar Award recipient Professor Elizabeth Payne (left) with Ms. Macey Ferrell who is featured in Payne's documentary film "Makin' Do."
Silver Pond---near the intersection of Sorority Row and West Jackson Avenue---pays homage to the author of the 1964 treatise "Mississippi: The Closed Society" and chair of the Department of History from 1946 to 1957.
The late historian Dr. James W. Silver's children, (L-R) Bill, Betty and Gail, beside the plaque identifying Silver Pond, named for their father, a professor of American history at the University of Mississippi for more than 30 years.