Alum Aaron Brown, ’11 pens piece for the Washington Post
We are pleased to announce that History MA alum Aaron Brown, ’11, has written a piece on Trump’s proposed meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for the Washington […]
Andre Taylor Named Global Change Fellow
Incoming Public History Masters student Andre Taylor has been named a Global Change Fellow for 2018-2019 by the Southeast Climate Science Center, operated by the Department of the Interior and NC State University. Taylor’s research explores West African agricultural traditions employed by contemporary Gullah farmers in South Carolina and Georgia, focusing on the effects of climate change on Gullah culture.
History Faculty named Faculty Scholars
We are proud to announce that Dr. Tom Parker has been named an Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor and Dr. Matthew Booker has been named a University Faculty Scholar. Congratulations to both of […]
On “A Case for Colonialism”
A review of the controversy surrounding “The Case for Colonialism,” which appeared in the journal Third World Quarterly in September.
History at the Nature Research Center
Associate Professor, Matthew Booker gives a North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality Lunchtime Discovery lecture on Rise and Fall of Industrial Oysters.
Professor S. Thomas Parker honored with “Festschrift”
S. Thomas Parker was honored in November with publication of a Festschrift (German for “Celebratory Writings”), a collection of papers written by his former students and colleagues: The Socio-economic History and Material Culture of the Roman and Byzantine Near East: Essays in Honor of S. Thomas Parker (Gorgias Press).
Reinhold Niebuhr, Public Intellectuals, and the History Student
Famed theologian Reinhold Niebuhr's legacy serves as an example to history students interested in using their skills to influence society.
Legacy Contamination: Where the Rubble Hits the Road
Legacy Contamination: Where the Past is Present
Exposing the Past to Begin our Future
Grace Parker, an NC State undergraduate Senior, double majoring in history and French with a minor in Chinese recounts her experiences at the American Historical Association conference in Washington, D.C where she presented her poster this past weekend.
Alumna Karen M. Hawkins writes history of the war on poverty in Eastern North Carolina
We are proud to announce that N.C. State alumna Karen M. Hawkins (BA '05, MA '07) has written a groundbreaking new study, Everybody's Problem: The War on Poverty in Eastern North Carolina, on the impact and successes of the antipoverty efforts in Eastern North Carolina between 1963 and 1980.