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 […]
“Think and Moo” Exhibit on Display in Withers Hall
The HI 591 Museum Studies class unveils a new exhibit in Withers Hall.
Public History PhD Student, Matthew Champagne, Hits the Road to Discover how LGBT+ People are Represented at Historic Sites
Public History PhD Student, Matthew Champagne studies the intersection of gender and sexuality, and the representation of LGBT+ people at museums and historic sites. Last summer, he visited four such sites in the Southeast.
History MA student, Ashley Hunter, presents paper at HGSA 2021 Conference at Stony Brook University
Ashley Hunter is a first-year History MA student. Recently, she had the opportunity to share her research in her paper, “Fake News: Appearance vs. Reality in Ancient Greek and Roman Narrative,” at the 2021 HGSA Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference at Stony […]
Public History PhD student Melody Hunter-Pillion named 2021-22 Global Change Fellow
We are proud to announce that Public History PhD student Melody Hunter-Pillion was named a 2021-22 Global Change Fellow. Learn more about Melody's research and why it makes her uniquely qualified to be a Global Change Fellow.
2021 History Alum, Blake Grasso, Wins CHASS Thesis Award
Blake Grasso '21, is the latest History MA alum to win the CHASS Thesis Award
Meet our latest Public History PhD 2021 graduate, James Wils
Congratulations to our latest 2021 Public History PhD graduate, James Wils!
Meet Our Outstanding Spring 2021 Public History and History MA Graduates
Covid 19 did not stop another outstanding group of Public History and History MA students from graduating this Spring.
Dr. S. Thomas Parker Receives Michael Dickey Outstanding Research Mentor Award
Dr. S. Thomas Parker has received the Michael Dickey Outstanding Research Mentor Award.
Saying Goodbye to Assistant Teaching Professor Helen Perros
Assistant Professor Helen Perros began her career teaching history students about the Middle Ages at NC State in 1983. Thirty-eight years later she is saying goodbye.