An Eastern Kentucky University history professor’s book has been recognized on a list of 15 outstanding books for 2014 for missionary studies.
The International Bulletin of Missionary Research selected Dr. Todd Hartch’s “The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity” for the honor.
From frontier days to the Information Age, Kentucky women “have defied the odds and achieved success in all fields and endeavors.”
But, as scholars have bemoaned for years, their exploits have often gone unchronicled and unnoticed.
A series of events at Eastern Kentucky University March 13-19 comprise “World War One: Remembrance and Reflection.”
The complete schedule:
· Friday, March 13 – Screening of “All Quiet on the Western Front,” 4:30 p.m., John Grant Crabbe Main Library, Room 108.
A book by an Eastern Kentucky University faculty member has been recognized by Christianity Today magazine as the year’s best book in Missions/Global Affairs.
A book by an Eastern Kentucky University faculty member has earned the annual Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer Prize from the American Society of Church History.
Historian and documentary filmmaker Kent Masterson Brown will present his “Daniel Boone and the Opening of the American West” in a presentation at Eastern Kentucky University on Thursday, Oct. 30.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of History has awarded its first Charles D. Whitlock Distinguished History Alumnus Awards to a highly esteemed Madison County schoolteacher and a tactical officer and instructor at West Point.
Participants at the recent annual conference of the Igbo Studies Association elected Dr. Ogechi Anyanwu, associate professor of history at Eastern Kentucky University, as the Association’s new secretary.
One of his first duties will be to assist in the planning of the Association’s 2015 conference, which is likely to attract more than 200 participants.
Sen. Mitch McConnell’s March 26 lecture at Eastern Kentucky University on famous Kentuckian John Crittenden will soon have a larger audience.
Gov. Steve Beshear has reappointed Dr. Robert S. Weise, professor of history at Eastern Kentucky University, to the Kentucky Historic Preservation Review Board, representing architectural historians.