My Summer Internship at Reynolda House Museum of American Art
This post was written by Evan Stevens, a third-year undergraduate student who is double majoring in History & Political Science with a minor in International Studies. Last Summer he completed an internship at Reynolda House Museum of American Art for […]
History MA alumnus, Eric Medlin,’17, Publishes Book on North Carolina’s Furniture Industry
We are proud to announce that History MA alumnus, Eric Medlin, ’17, recently published a book with the University of Georgia Press. Sawdust In Your Pockets: A History of the North Carolina Furniture Industry is the first ever survey of […]
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 […]
Is a Labor Movement Revival Afoot?
NC State history professor and labor scholar David Zonderman offers insights on the surging popularity of unions.
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 […]