Turner’s History of the Anglo-Saxons as Object: Utilizing Special Collections for Investigating 19th Century America

Turner’s History of the Anglo-Saxons as Object: Utilizing Special Collections for Investigating 19th Century America

Special Collections intern, Amanda White, a Master of Arts candidate in English, shares some of the findings of her “history of the book” research conducted in the University of Arkansas Libraries. White discusses her analysis of Sharon Turner’s History of the Anglo-Saxon as an artifact of 19th century America.

The National Education Program on Film: Highlights from the James D. Bales Project.

The National Education Program on Film: Highlights from the James D. Bales Project.

Through the National Education Program, conservative activists and theologians such as James D. Bales of Harding College, reached millions of people with their message of “Americanism” through a multi-media approach that included newspapers, advertisements, and film. Learn more about the historical evidence left by the NEP in this update from the James D. Bales Papers processing project.