Faculty and students from The University of Southern Mississippi recently attended the 34th annual Gulf South History and Humanities Conference in Mobile, Ala.
Sponsored by the Gulf South Historical Association, the Gulf South History and Humanities Conference preserves and promotes the history and cultures of the Gulf South through a friendly exchange of scholarly research before interested public.
This year, researchers and scholars attended the conference to present papers focusing around the theme “The Gulf South in Peace and War.”
“I am most appreciative of the University and the Center for the Study of the Gulf South for their continued support of the Gulf South Historical Association. The faculty and students from USM who presented at the conference in Mobile did an outstanding job,” said Dr. Deanne Nuwer, associate dean for the College of Arts and Letters and executive director of the association.
Representing Southern Miss were six faculty members and three students:
The Gulf South Historical Association is a consortium of Gulf South colleges and universities from the states of Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. The association is headquartered at The University of Southern Mississippi.
For more information about the Department of History at The University of Southern Mississippi, visit www.usm.edu/history.