Dr. S. Thomas Parker Receives Michael Dickey Outstanding Research Mentor Award
Dr. S. Thomas Parker has received the Michael Dickey Outstanding Research Mentor Award.
Saying Goodbye to Assistant Teaching Professor Helen Perros
Assistant Professor Helen Perros began her career teaching history students about the Middle Ages at NC State in 1983. Thirty-eight years later she is saying goodbye.
NC State’s Julia Rudolph Wins Guggenheim Fellowship
The history professor is honored for her research into the history of gender, law and economics of early modern Europe.
Cybersecurity: Alumni Tackle Digital Dilemmas
History alumnus Coleman Mehta is bringing unique perspective to high-tech problems.
Complicated Legacies: Race, Space, and White Supremacy in NC State History
In Spring of 2021, the HI 589: Interpretation in Historic Sites class developed a campus tour dedicated to the complicated legacies of different figures preserved in the landscape of N.C. State University.
Borders, Politics and the First National Parks in South America
This Q&A with history professor Frederico Freitas covers it all: giant waterfalls, colonial ambitions, backfiring schemes, and a mysterious coded message.
Student Spotlight: Megan Snyder
While taking a course with Susanna Lee, communication major Megan Snyder explored the history of the Stone Mountain Monument Memorial. She'll present her research at the 21st Annual Undergraduate Honors Symposium at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Dr. Charles Ludington’s War on Christmas essay published in The American Scholar
Associate Teaching Professor, Dr. Charles Ludington publishes essay for The American Scholar.