Classroom champions: Auburn outreach work supports K-12 education
Across the state, CLA faculty work to support K-12 education by sharing subject expertise and elevating community stories.
'Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know' about women in politics
Melissa Blair joins the TYDKYDK podcast to discuss "Bringing Home the White House: The Hidden History of Women Who Shaped the Presidency in the Twentieth Century."
‘Bringing Home the White House’ features women who shaped presidencies
Department of History Chair and Associate Professor Melissa Blair’s new book highlights the forgotten women behind American elections.
Retelling Stone Mountain
History Professor Keith Hébert will consult on the Discovering Stone Mountain Park Museum redesign to tell the full story of the Georgia monument.
Teaching Selma: Auburn University faculty host civil rights education workshop for K-12 teachers
“Bloody Sunday, Selma and the Long Civil Rights Movement” invited teachers from across the country to explore understudied people and places of the civil rights movement.
History professor, food label expert featured in The Washington Post
Xaq Frohlich helps consumers understand the history of food labels and clear up confusion about the many types of labels.
Zana Christjohn selected as student marshal for Auburn University’s spring 2023 commencement
English literature and history student Zana Renee Christjohn has been selected to lead the CLA class of 2023 in this spring’s commencement ceremonies.