The National History Bee and Bowl is pleased to announce that it’s 2018 Central Georgia Fall History Bee and Bowl will be held on the Macon Campus of Middle Georgia State University in Macon, GA on Saturday, December 15
A public forum to discuss Confederate monuments and the various points of view about what they symbolize will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 6, at Middle Georgia State University.
John Legg produced his photo book of historic sites in the Carolinas after taking a “College on the Move” class. Find out more about his trip and how he’s using his talent in photography to help progress towards his goals.
Dr. Daisy Century Brings History to Life at Middle Georgia State Dr. Daisy Century, an actor who portrays African American women who changed history, will perform October 3-6 at all five campuses of Middle Georgia State University. All performances are open to the public. Tickets are $5. Admission is free to Middle Georgia State students. Continue reading
Celebrate Constitution Day with the MGA Libraries and the Department of History and Political Science. Visit the Macon Campus Library on Wednesday, September 14, from 1-3 p.m. to learn more about the Constitution, voting, and civic engagement. Free pocket-sized Constitutions will be available at the event while supplies last. Educational displays will be on exhibit Continue reading
Dr. George L. “Larry” Israel, #MGA associate professor of History, recently returned to the U.S. from China, where he spent time as a visiting scholar at Zhejiang University.
Come meet Dr. Matt Jennings at Hire Grounds on April 30th at his book signing!
Dr. Buckner F. Melton Jr. and Dr. Carol Willcox Melton, both members of the history faculty at Middle Georgia State University, will sign copies of their new book, “”Fuller E. Callaway: Portrait of a New South Citizen,” from 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, at the Macon Campus bookstore, and from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, at the Cochran Campus bookstore. The Cochran signing will take place during open house for The Georgia Academy and the grand opening of the campus’s relocated bookstore.