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Monthly Archives: January 2016

PhD Alumnus Solheim Publishes Textbook

Dr. Bruce Olav Solheim, a 1993 PhD graduate of the History Department, recently published Making History:  A Personal Approach to Modern American History (Cognella Academic Publishing, 2016).  According to the publisher, Making History “takes a personal approach to American history. It gets readers excited about their own roles in making history and empowers them to make changes […]

Alcohol Encyclopedia Gains ALA Recognition

At the American Library Association’s winter meeting earlier this month, the ALA named The SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol: Social, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives, edited by Professor Scott C. Martin, as one of ten publications on its 2016 Outstanding References Source List. Academic and public libraries use this list when considering which reference works to purchase […]

Martin Presents at AHA/ADHS Conference

Professor and Department Chair Scott Martin participated in a roundtable discussion on alcohol and drugs history at the American Historical Association meeting in Atlanta on January 8, 2016. The roundtable, “Alcohol and Drugs History: Accomplishments and Prospects,” sponsored by the Alcohol and Drugs History Society (ADHS), examined developments within the field over the past 35 […]

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