Public History in Prague – A Tale of Two Students
This past summer, both undergraduate and graduate students traveled for two weeks with Public History faculty members Drs. Alicia McGill and Verena Kasper-Marienberg to Prague, Czech Republic as part of a program administered through the NC State Study Abroad Office, in […]
Taking Public History International with Study Abroad in Prague
This past summer, Professors Alicia McGill and Verena Kasper-Marienberg designed the curriculum for an interdisciplinary and international history program and traveled with eleven undergraduate and nine graduate students to Prague, Czech Republic. The two-week long program was administered through the […]
History MA alum, Christopher Michael Blakley ’13, Published by LSU Press
We are pleased to announce that History MA alum, Christopher Michael Blakley’s book, “Empire of Brutality: Enslaved People and Animals in the British Atlantic World” has been published by LSU Press. The book explores how material relationships between enslaved people […]
Traci B. Voyles Named Head of NC State Department of History
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has named Traci Brynne Voyles as head of the Department of History, effective July 1.
The History Department Welcomes its New Director of Public History – Dr. Nishani Frazier
Meet the History Department's new Professor of History and Director of Public History - Nishani Frazier.
Two History Professors Named National Humanities Center Fellows
Professors Xiaolin Duan and Frederico Freitas will work on individual research projects during yearlong fellowships at the National Humanities Center.
Meet Our Outstanding 2023 Spring and Summer Graduates!
We would like to congratulate our History MA and Public History PhD and MA 2022 graduates. We wish them the best of luck as they go out into the world. Public History PhD Students Gevorg Vardanyan completed his dissertation – […]
Owen Jato Mtendeweke Kalinga: An Appreciation
Emeritus Professor Dr. Owen Kalinga retired in 2019 and passed away in December 2022. His colleagues, Emeriti Professors Dr. LaVopa and Dr. Vickery, share these reflections on his life and career. Owen Kalinga hailed from the Chitipa area in the […]
Public History Ph.D. students, Shima Hosseininasab and Jason Boan present their research at the 2023 National Council for Public History conference
Public History Ph.D. students, Shima Hosseininasab and Jason Boan, held a workshop at the Digital Public History Lab (DPHL) on Monuments and Spatial Patterns on April 12. The workshop was part of the 2023 National Council for Public History (NCPH) […]
History MA student, Jordan Brady, presents research at Classical Association of the Middle West and South Conference
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to present my paper entitled “City of Thunder: Numismatics and Civic Space in Seleucia-in-Pieria” at the annual Classical Association of the Middle West and South conference in Provo, Utah. This presentation was […]