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Savannah River Site influence on women focus of Tuesday lecture

...nation's changing social, cultural and political domains during the Cold War, said Frederickson, an associate history professor at the University of Alabama.In the Aiken and North Augusta areas, women braced for change as they grew accustomed...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-03-24/savannah-river-site-influence
Remember past Novembers

...the words of another of my heroes, Winston Churchill. Before Congress, he reminded us that we did not get this far because "we are made of sugar candy."(The writer is a history professor at Georgia Regents University Augusta.)

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2013-11-12/remember-past-novembers
Augusta officials concerned about ruling on Voting Rights Act

...The most important thing is the door is not closed. You just have to access it differently."Paine College history professor Andre Key noted that even Shelby County, Ala., a party in the case the Supreme Court overruled, was found in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/2013-06-25/augusta-officials-concerned-about-r
Talmadge at 100: Forgotten, tarnished political force

...surprising upsets in Georgia political history."The sad thing about Her man Talmadge, " University of Georgia history professor James C. Cobb once said, "is he probably could have taken Georgia further than he did, if he had moved further...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-08-17/talmadge-100-forgotten-tarnis
The Artside: Trio started painting later in life

...for museum members and $14 for others. Paid reservations are due by July 17. Call (706) 828-3867.A retired history professor, Duncan is the owner of V & J Duncan, a shop specializing in antique maps, prints and books, located in the ground...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2013-07-08/artside-trio-started-
Academics, genealogists protest decision to limit Ga. archives access

...the people will have a place to meet, research and review the historical records of Georgia."Emory University history professor Leslie Harris said state archives like the one Georgia maintains in Clayton County are "sort of the hallmarks of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2012-09-17/academics-genealogists-protes
Veterans History Project comes to a close

...and another kept in the local records.While the interviews are finished, there's still work to be done. Two history professors at Augusta State University and the University of South Carolina Aiken are reviewing the tapes independently and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2012-10-12/veterans-history-project-come
Civil War symposium includes lectures, tours in Augusta

...Augusta and the Civil War Symposium opens at 6:30 p.m. Friday with a free keynote lecture by U.S. Naval Academy history professor Mary DeCredico, who will discuss "Georgia's Industrialization and the Confederate War Effort."The lecture...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2012-11-07/civil-war-symposium-includes-
Students, faculty protest cuts at Emory

...or consulting with the community," he said. "I think the main issue is the complete lack of transparency."History professor James Melton, who is the secretary of the Emory chapter of the American Association of University Professors, said...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/education/2012-12-04/students-faculty-protest-
Augusta can move forward -- but only after hearts are healed

...compelled me to see it any differently. I wish I had a professor like Dr. Leslie Pollard, a retired Paine College history professor, who inspired me in my adult years about the importance of history and its relevance to how people think and act...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2013-03-02/augusta-can-move