Topic: Department of History

Frog-Attacking Bats, Energy Predictions Make News

Feb. 3, 2014
Frog-Attacking Bats, Energy Predictions Make News

From the lethal lure of a frog's serenade to predictions about future energy concerns and findings of increased divorce in conservative areas, UT research is in the news. Learn more.

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Expert Guide: Rare Convergence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving

Nov. 21, 2013

This season, Hanukkah begins the night before Thanksgiving, creating an unusual intersection of the two holidays. The timing is culturally significant for Jewish Americans, and coverage requires historical and religious insight.

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Reflections on MLK's "I Have a Dream"

Aug. 26, 2013
Reflections on MLK's "I Have a Dream"

To mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s iconic speech, scholars, staff and students reflect on its legacy. With images by the late photojournalist Flip Schulke.

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Headliners: Tracking Energy in Hollywood

May 20, 2013
Headliners: Tracking Energy in Hollywood

From "Energy at the Movies" to bombing North Korea, the research and opinions of UT faculty members captured the media's attention this spring. Read the headlines.

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Disappearing Acts: Arctic Ice, Languages, 3D Objects

April 10, 2013
Disappearing Acts: Arctic Ice, Languages, 3D Objects

Professor Ken Dunton talks about the changing arctic in a video picked up by The Atlantic. See the video and read more major media hits by UT researchers.

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