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Department of History

Conference to discuss historical dimensions of food ethics

The Moral Cultures of Food Conference, which runs April 2-4, will cover such topics as the sexual politics of meat, veganism and the racialization of urban grocery stores.

Posted on: Fri 20 March 2015

Employees strive for top-notch spirit, service, success

Four award winners share what drives them to be their best.

Posted on: Fri 27 February 2015

History professor to discuss women's communication with doctors

For the March 26 lecture for Women's History Month, Carolyn Herbst Lewis of Grinnell College will speak about the balance of power in doctor-patient relationships.

Posted on: Thu 26 February 2015

Scholar to speak on the effects of U.S. prison system

In the Feb. 9 lecture, Michael Leo Owens of Emory University will discuss the policies that have resulted in the mass incarceration of African Americans and its consequences.

Posted on: Wed 28 January 2015

Conference to focus on teaching history through biography

Registration for the annual conference ends Sept. 17, and faculty and staff can register for $15.

Posted on: Tue 02 September 2014

Robert Sherman LaForte, Emeritus Professor of history

LaForte, who served as chairman for the history department, researched the lives of World War II prisoners of war and donated his collection to UNT Libraries. He also wrote a book about UNT history.

Posted on: Tue 05 August 2014

Hugh Ayer, Professor Emeritus of history

In his nearly 30-year career at UNT, Ayer also served as associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He also was active in many civic activities.

Posted on: Wed 16 July 2014

Sailing back in time

A history doctoral student taught biology Professor Guenter Gross much about his father.

Posted on: Tue 15 July 2014

Right behind the driver

Area African Americans describe desegregation in Dallas-Fort Worth and the role the civil Rights Act played in that change.

Posted on: Mon 30 June 2014

Protests captured nation's attention

Todd Moye, associate professor of history, says the Civil Rights movement hit critical mass in 1964, with creative protests that business owners and housewives could understand.

Posted on: Mon 30 June 2014

UNT’s future

President Smatresk invites you to share your thoughts on three key questions: What is your greatest dream for UNT? What does the world want from UNT? What are UNT's unique attributes and market niche?

Smoke-Free Policy - Effective January 1st

Green Pride