Monthly Archives: October 2013

Historical Fiction — Corinne Brown Lecture

Dear History Colleagues,  I wanted to extend a personal invitation to you to attend the guest lecture Historical Fiction: The Frontier Between Imagination and Reality we are hosting on campus next week. Ms. Corinne Brown, a vivid, dynamic author and the editor … Continue reading

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UCCS History Students Doing Living History at the 2nd Annual Fountain Fairview Cemetery Crawl

Reprinted from UCCS Communique Barbara Headle likes cemeteries. Headle, senior instructor, Department of History, likes the memory-laden parcels that many avoid because they provide information that can make history relevant to students. “Cemeteries are mirrors of our community,” Headle said … Continue reading

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The Ludlow Massacre in a Narrative Poem: Lessons for the Present

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