Public History MA Alumna, Claire Du Laney,’18 named Outreach Archivist and Assistant Professor at UNO
Claire Du Laney, Graduate Public History Alumna '18, named Outreach Archivist and Assistant Professor for the Archives and Special Collections department at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Public History MA student, Andre Taylor launches podcast
Public History MA student, Andre Taylor, launches “Speaking Culturally” podcast.
ACIS West: The Importance of Community
Public History PhD student, Holly Smith recently presented a paper at the American Conference on Irish Studies (ACIS) West in Portland, Oregon.
History Department sponsors RISING exhibit at the NC State African American Cultural Center Art Gallery
On March 28th, 2019, students, professionals, and community members joined together at the NC State African American Cultural Center Art Gallery to experience the grand opening of RISING. This one-of-a-kind exhibit contains a collection of artistic and oral history accounts that […]
Dr. David Ambaras Receives NEH Digital Humanities Advancement Grant
The Department of History is proud to announce that David R. Ambaras, Professor of History at North Carolina State University, and Kate McDonald, Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara, have received a $100,000 Digital Humanities […]
In Memoriam – Jim Mulholland
James Mulholland, retired NC State Assistant Professor of History and writer of "A History of Metals in Colonial America" passed away on July 26, 2019.
Jay Butler, HI MA student, Presents Paper at Cistercian and Monastic Studies Conference
With some help from the History Department, I traveled to the 2019 Cistercian and Monastic Studies Conference where I presented a paper on the nineteenth-century monastic revival in France as exemplified by the Trappistine women’s Abbey of Notre Dames des […]
Gabriel Lee ‘o8, Receives Yale Postdoctoral Fellowship
The History Department is proud to announce that History MA alumnus, Gabriel Lee '08, has received the Cassius Marcellus Clay Postdoctoral Fellowship in United States Environmental History at Yale.
Public History MA Student’s Documentary Accepted at Film Festival
The History Department is pleased to announce that Andre Taylor, a first-year Public History MA student, had his short documentary, “Burning Cradle of Liberty,” accepted at the 2019 Longleaf Film Festival. On May 13, 1985, Philadelphia police dropped a bomb […]
Public History PhD student, Amanda Elledge-Finn, Turns Her Family History into Award-Winning Poster
Public History PhD student's poster receives first place in the Humanities category at the Graduate Student Research Symposium.