A new project of the Troy University Libraries is tracing the history of military service from 1903 through 1966 through postcards.
Consisting of a traveling exhibit and an online component, the project, “Military Service: A History in Postcards,” features postcard images from the Wade Hall Postcard Collection held by Troy University Libraries and is made…
A series of free workshops for teachers and aspiring authors will take place Friday on Troy University’s Montgomery Campus as part of Anabranch, Alabama’s three-day celebration of literature and the humanities.
Marking a collaboration between the Alabama Book Festival, Old Alabama Town, the Alabama Humanities Foundation and the Alabama State Council on the Arts, Anabranch…
Riva Hirsch, a witness to the Holocaust, shared her story of being captured by Nazis and watching them murder her mother in front of her at a young age.
Troy University partnered with the Alabama Humanities Foundation to organize the public lecture, which was held on Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Hirsch contributes her survival to a…
Troy University will host a series of events examining the Holocaust this month at both its Troy and Montgomery campuses, including a roundtable discussion and a lecture by a Holocaust survivor.
The events will kick off with a free panel discussion on Monday in the auditorium of the Rosa Parks Museum on TROY’s Montgomery Campus….