Cecily Zander's love of history has led her to Texas, TWU and the publication of her debut book, The Army under Fire.
Jianna Covarelli, who recently began her one-year term as student regent on the TWU System Board of Regents, has made use of every resource at TWU to sharpen her vision, refine her goals and prepare herself for her coming career.
Ibid, the annual publication of the Texas Woman's University History Department, has been published on the TWU website.
The 16th edition features 13 essays by graduate and undergraduate students, delving into the intricacies of race, gender, politics and the environment. They explore the political impact of the antebellum North Texas fires, women’s agency in gentile society during the 18th century, the historiographies of family values politics during the 20th century and works centered on the American West.
Watch TWU history professor Katherine Landdeck's speech at the Smithsonian Institute's Amelia Earhart Lecture.
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum invited Texas Woman's University history professor Katherine Landdeck, PhD, to be the speaker at the premier lecture in aviation history, the Amelia Earhart Lecture.