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.
History Department Receives Excellence in Assessment Award
We are proud to announce The Office of Assessment and Accreditation has named History as one of its honorees for NC State’s Excellence in Assessment awards
Graduate Students Unveil STEMinist Exhibit
Although there was the added challenge of a pandemic, HI 591 Museum Studies graduate students persevered and created an exhibit to showcase the achievements of women in STEM at NCSU.
Public History Students Spend Spring Break Working to Preserve a Culture That Could Soon Be Lost to Climate Change
They were brought to St Helena Island from West Africa as slaves to work the land and when they were finally freed, the Gullah Geechee bought the island. Now descendants of these former slaves, continue to live as their ancestors did – speaking the same Creole language and preserving their culture and traditions. But now their way of life is being threated by strengthening hurricanes, sea level rise and erosion caused by climate change. They risk losing their culture as the land disappears.
Public History MA Alum, Andre Taylor ’20, Hired at William and Mary
Public History Alum, Andre Taylor '20, Hired as Oral Historian at The College of William & Mary
Public History PhD Student, Melody Hunter-Pillion, Hosts Podcast – “Southern Futures”
Public History doctoral student and Associate Director of Communications & Strategy at UNC’s Center for the Study of the American South, Melody Hunter-Pillion, hosts a new UNC podcast, “Southern Futures.” This six-episode series, airing once a week, brings together scholars […]
Public History PhD student, Lisa R. Withers, receives Doctoral Dissertation Completion Grant
Public History PhD student, Lisa R. Withers receives a Doctoral Dissertation Completion Grant.
Khayrallah Center releases database of Arab American newspapers
The Khayrallah Center releases fully searchable database of Arab-American newspapers.
Professor David Ambaras’s Recent Book Featured on New Books Network Podcast
We are pleased to announce that New Books Network podcast features Professor David Ambaras's recent book, Japan's Imperial Underworlds: Intimate Encounters at the Borders of Empire.
Meet our Outstanding Spring 2020 MA and PhD Graduates
We would like to congratulate our History MA and Public History MA graduates as well as our first ever Public History PhD 2020 graduate. We wish them the best of luck as they go out into this strange, new world.