Tammy graduated with her Master’s from UAB “virtually” on Friday, May 1st 2020 – Congrats fellow Blazers, we did it!!!! #Classof2020
SUCCESS! Tammy has passed her master’s thesis defense in the presence of many advisors and friends, courtesy of Zoom! GO UAB BLAZERS!
Tammy will “virtually” defend her master’s thesis on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
The Evolution of Racism Through the Lens of Lynching Rhetoric and Memory.
Tammy Blue is the 2020 Outstanding Graduate Student Award for History recipient, awarded by UAB’s History Department.
Tammy was appointed Head Student Editor for the 2020 edition of UAB’s Vulcan Historical Review! The 24th Edition will be published in September, 2020.
The paper, “Et. Cetera: Differently-abled Students in the Writing Center” will be presented by Tammy at the 2020 Southeastern Writing Center Association (SWCA) Conference in Birmingham, Alabama on February 20-22.
Read her article, “Blood on the Great Seal of Alabama” (pg. 36) – 2019 Edition
Graduate Association for African-American History (GAAAH)
20th Annual GAAAH Conference
Roots: The Ties That Bind, October 23-25, 2019
Tammy presented her paper, “Surviving Rough Justice” at the invitation of the GAAAH hosted by the University of Memphis.
Tammy’s article, “Blood on the Great Seal of Alabama” was published in UAB’s 2019 Vulcan Historical Review magazine. It was very well received when presented at the AHA conference in April 2019. Tammy also had the opportunity to act as a visiting editor for this year’s edition.
Alabama Historical Association – Tuscaloosa, Alabama
April 25-27, 2019
Paper Presentation – “Blood on the Great Seal of Alabama”
Public Release of Report – Birmingham, Alabama
February 27th, 2019
Fellow / Research Committee Member