Frances Robb, a leading expert in the history of photography, discusses her 2016 book _Shot in Alabama: A History of Photography, 1839-1941, and a List of Photographers_, as well as her long history with photographic history in the state. (mentions Episode 004, Andrew Nelson, Shackleford Photographs Curator, 2013).

McNair is the owner of McNair Historic Preservation, Inc., a consulting firm in Alabama. He discusses his work in National Historic Register, HABS, and Section 106 consulting, his education, and the ins-and-outs of private-public partnerships in preservation work.

Rebecca Todd Minder, Digital Media Editor for Alabama Heritage Magazine, discusses the magazine's thirty years in business, its history, its structure, its work with the Alabama Bicentennial, and its future.

Sledge won the 2016 Clinton Jackson Coley Award for best book on local history published in the previous two years for his book, The Mobile River, published by the University of South Carolina Press in 2015.  He talks about the book, his research methods, and upcoming projects in conjunction with the Alabama Bicentennial.

Winner of the James Ray Kuykendall Award recognizing outstanding achievement among local historical societies, the Covington County Historical Society's Sue Bass Wilson discusses the CCHS's ongoing programs in and around Andalusia.

Winner of the inaugural Alabama Historical Association Digital History Award for Large Projects in 2016.  EOA editors Laura Hill, Claire Wilson, and Christopher Maloney discuss the past, present, and future of this informational resource.

AHA President for 2015-2016, Debbie Pendleton discusses the 2015 Pilgrimage to Old Cawhaba, the 2016 Annual Meeting in Montgomery, her long tenure as AHA Membership Secretary, her long career with ADAH, and her views about the strengths of the AHA itself.

Dr. Matthew Downs of the University of Mobile won the 2015 James F. Sulzby Book Award for "excellence in a book published in the previous two years that has made the most significant contribution to greater knowledge and appreciation of Alabama history," for Transforming the South: Federal Development in the Tennessee Valley, 1915-1960 published by Louisiana State University Press in 2014.

​Dr. Charles Roberts teaches at the University of West Alabama.  He is one of three winners of the 2014 Milo B. Howard Award.  The Howard Award is given to the author(s) of the best article published in The Alabama Review over the previous two years.  His article, “New Deal Community-Building in the South: The Subsistence Homesteads around Birmingham, Alabama,” appeared in the April 2013 issue.

Episode 013 DR. KRISTOPHER TETERS PODCAST (9:37)  May 15, 2014
Dr. Kris Teters teaches at the University of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky University and is one of three winners of the 2014 Milo B. Howard Award.  The Howard Award is given to the author(s) of the best article published in The Alabama Review over the previous two years.  His article, “Albert Burton Moore and Alabama’s Centennial Commemoration of the Civil War: The Rhetoric of Race, Romance, and Reunion,” appeared in the April 2013 issue.


Episode 012 SCOTTY KIRKLAND PODCAST (14:31)  May 13, 2014

Scotty Kirkland, the Curator of History at the History Museum in Mobile, is one of three winners of the 2014 Milo B. Howard Award. The Howard Award is given to the author(s) of the best article published in The Alabama Review​ over the previous two years.  Kirkland's article is titled "Mobile and the Boswell Amendment."


Episode 011 DR. JAMES SANDERS DAY PODCAST (15:51)
  May 13, 2014
Dr. Jim Day of the University of Montevallo, won the 2014 Clinton Jackson Coley Award for “the best book or pamphlet focusing on local historical concerns, including but not limited to the history of an Alabama community, town or county, or any institution therein (church, business, non-profit, etc.)” published in the previous two years  The University of Alabama Press published his Diamonds in the Rough: A History of Alabama’s Cahaba Coal Field in 2013.

Episode 010 AHA PRESIDENT LONNIE BURNETT PODCAST (9:39)  April 30, 2014

Dr. Lonnie Burnett, 2014-2015 AHA President and professor of history at the University of Mobile, discusses his agenda for the Association during his term, as well as the October Pilgrimage at Columbiana and April Annual Meeting in Mobile.

Laura Hill, Communications Editor of the online Encyclopedia of Alabama, discusses the EOA's past and future on its fifth anniversary.

Dr. John Kvach of UAH discusses the 2013-2014 Museum on Main Street traveling exhibit, “The Way We Worked,” his role as the lead scholar, the value of oral history and public history, and his hopes for the future of Alabama History.

ADAH Director Steve Murray, with Communications Officer Georgia Ann Hudson, talks about his first year on the job, the mission of ADAH, and the Museum of Alabama project.

Gayle Thomas, 2013 president of the Alabama Historical Association, discusses the AHA's activities in the coming year: the fall pilgrimage to Horseshoe Bend and the annual meeting in April 2014 in Scottsboro. She also discusses Henry County Historical Group activities and her Historic Marker survey project.

Bobby Joe Seales, president of the Shelby County Historical Society, discusses the Society’s activities that garnered for it the 2012 James Ray Kuykendall Award as the outstanding local historical organization.

Episode 004 DR. ANDREW NELSON PODCAST (21:59)  February 7, 2013
Dr. Andrew Nelson discusses the traveling exhibit he curated from the collection held in the archives of the Birmingham Public Library, “Both Sides of the Lens: Photographs by the Shackleford Family, Fayette Co., Alabama, 1900-1935.” Interview conducted February 7, 2013.

Dr. Daniel Hutchinson, co-winner of the 2012 AHA Milo Howard Awardfor Best Article in The Alabama Review, 2009-2011, discusses his October 2011 article "’We . . . Are The Most Fortunate of Prisoners’:  The Axis POW Experience at Camp Opelika During World War II." The interview occurred via telephone on June 28, 2012.

Episode 002 DR. DAN HAULMAN PODCAST (16:58)  May 11, 2012
Dr. Dan Haulman, co-winner of the 2012 AHA Milo Howard Award for Best Article in The Alabama Review, 2009-2011, discusses his article "The Tuskegee Airmen and the 'Never Lost A Bomber' Myth." The interview occurred via telephone on May 11, 2012.


Mary Ann Neeley, author of multiple works on Montgomery history, discusses her newest book, The Works of Matthew Blue, Montgomery's First Historian (New South Press), which garnered the 2012 AHA Clinton Jackson Coley Awardfor Best Book Published on Local History, 2009-2011. This interview occurred via telephone on June 1, 2012.

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