January 2022 Edition of Dialogue
Luke Harlow, associate professor of history, provides a historical perspective on the anniversary of the insurrection.
Derrick Alderman, professor of geography, discusses how renaming streets in MLK’s memory is a way to honor the civil rights movement and give marginalized people a voice with their local governments.
Miniature period gowns and lavish hats made entirely of leather are free to see at UT’s downtown gallery.
Last year, the political science student at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville thought she might die of COVID-19. There were 680 active cases in September 2020, and Bush, an immunocompromised 20-year-old, thought she might never get to drink at a bar or graduate and go to law school.
He’s about to play the lead in one of Off-Broadway’s most beloved musicals, but Conrad Ricamora isn’t forgetting all of the people who helped him get there — including his instructors and peers at the University of Tennessee.