History MA Alum, Alexi Henderson ’22 Wins Best Masters Thesis Award
Alexi Henderson was awarded the 2022 NC State Humanities & Social Sciences Award for the Best Masters Thesis
Meet our Outstanding Spring and Summer 2022 Graduates
Read all about our outstanding Public History and History MA and Public History PhD 2022 graduates!
Students and Faculty Celebrate Alumnus James Sorrell at History Department Reception
Reception held to thank History alumnus James Sorrell for his generous bequest to the Public History program.
Public History PhD Student, Matthew Champagne, Takes Top Prize at 2022 Graduate Student Research Symposium
We are proud to announce that Public History PhD student, Matthew Champagne, was the College of Humanities and Social Sciences first place winner at the 15th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium.
The Getty Villa: A Trip Back in Time
History MA student, Jordan Brady, studied coins at a "Roman villa" on his first research trip as a graduate student.
Researching Migration as a Migrant
History MA alumna, Melanie Burkett, '15, who just had her first monograph published, recounts her experiences in Australia researching migration as a migrant.
Learn About “Ancient DNA” with History Alumna Elizabeth Jones, ’10 at Book Launch Event
Honors Alumna, Elizabeth Jones, '10 discusses her book "Ancient DNA: The Making of a Celebrity Science" at book launch event.
NC State History Professor Receives Hagley Grant for Oral History of Aikido in the US
History Professor Tammy Gordon received oral history project grant to support her research project.
Checking in with Public History PhD Student, Melody Hunter-Pillion
Public History PhD Student, Melody Hunter-Pillion might be a Global Change Fellow, ncIMPACT correspondent, and NCPH Chair, but somehow she finds time to prep for her comprehensive exams.
Meet our latest Public History PhD graduate, Sarah Soleim
We are proud to announce another graduate of our Public History PhD program, Sarah Soleim! Sarah completed her dissertation under the direction of Dr. Craig Friend. Sarah’s dissertation—“‘To Make History the Living Force:’ The Professionalization of Public History, 1880-2000”—examines the […]