Dr. Stacey Graham

Associate Professor, Center for Historic Pres.

Dr. Stacey Graham
615-494-8783
Room 106, Center for Historic Preservation (HARR)
MTSU Box 80, Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Degree Information

  • Ph.D., University of California Los Angeles, CA (2005)
  • M.A., University of California Los Angeles, CA (2001)
  • B.A., University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI (1998)

Areas of Expertise

Ancient and Medieval History
Material Culture
Public History

Biography

I am very pleased to draw on my background in ancient and medieval history to offer courses through the Department of History, in part because I love working with students. I also love working with the public; as Research Professor for the Center for Historic Preservation, I have the opportunity to work with communities across the state on their heritage resources. I also serve as Project Coordinator for Teaching with Primary Sources Across Tennessee, an educational outreach program of the Libra...

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I am very pleased to draw on my background in ancient and medieval history to offer courses through the Department of History, in part because I love working with students. I also love working with the public; as Research Professor for the Center for Historic Preservation, I have the opportunity to work with communities across the state on their heritage resources. I also serve as Project Coordinator for Teaching with Primary Sources Across Tennessee, an educational outreach program of the Library of Congress, which provides professional development to educators with the purpose of engaging students in critical thinking through the use of primary sources.

Selected Publications
Graham, Stacey. "The Transmission of North African Texts to Europe in Late Antiquity" in Medieval Manuscripts, Their Makers and Uses: A Special Issue of Viator in Honor of Richard and Mary Rouse (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011).

Undergraduate Courses Taught
History 4850, Material Culture Resources in World History
History 4410, Classical History

Graduate Courses Taught
Selected studies arranged individually.

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