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In KATH Awards on October 26, 2017 by Randolph Hollingsworth Tagged: , ,

The chairs of the 2017 KATH Writing Awards are pleased to announce the winners of the KATH student writing awards for this year. The students and their sponsoring faculty will be congratulated in person at the 2017 Annual Meeting this weekend in Paducah.

Raymond F. Betts Award
Winner: Brittani Logsdon
“The Portrayal of Women in U.S. Feminine Hygiene Advertisements from World War II through the 1950s”
Sponsor: Dr. Marjorie Hilton of Murray State University

Thomas D. Clark Award
Winner: Jonathan Dean
HE HOU HAWAI’I: Polynesian Transformation in the Face of the West”
Sponsor: Dr. Kristina Anne Durocher of Morehead State University

George C. Herring Award
Winner: Hannah O’Daniel
“’It is Doubted Whether He is Entitled to the Protection of the Law’: Free Blacks in Early National Mercer County, Kentucky”
Sponsor: Dr. Glenn Crothers of the University of Louisville

You can read more information about these awards and download the student papers on the KATH website.

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Louisville this weekend

Click here to reserve a spot at the KATH conferenceLooking forward to seeing you at the KATH conference in Louisville this weekend. Check out the wonderful agenda – featuring Dr. George C. Herring who will kick off the conference theme centering on the War of 1812.

Starting at the Filson Historical Society on Friday at 7:30 p.m., you can meet the conference speakers. The next morning have breakfast at DuPont Manual High School and buy some wonderful history books from the University Press of Kentucky. The Phi Alpha Theta students of Campbellsville University are helping out too. After Dr. Herring speaks, you will be invited to discuss in small groups the impact and meaning of the War of 1812.  Kentucky Humanities CouncilEat lunch and watch a living history performance by Harry Smith, a Kentucky Humanities Council Chautauqua character playing a militiaman from Kentucky. After that, we vote for the new KATH Board for 2013-14 and celebrate our student writing award-winners. At the end of the day, take a tour of the historic Halleck Hall with our wonderful host, DPM social studies teacher extraordinaire, Allison Hunt.

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See the call for KATH Board members.

Download .pdf file of KATH 2012 Conference Brochure — and a Flyer here.

Posted September 11, 2012 by Randolph Hollingsworth

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