Public History MA Student Organizes Public History Series on Civil War Campaign
Kaitlin O’Connor, a public history master’s candidate and historical interpreter at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, partnered with the New Hanover County Library and Cameron Art Museum for a new public history series designed to commemorate a more inclusive, full history.
Back to Back Graduation and Dissertation Publication for Public History PhD alum, Petros Apostolopoulos, ’22
We are pleased to announce that the dissertation of Public History PhD alum Petros Apostolopoulos, ’22 will be published by DeGruyter in 2023 with the title From Consumers to Producers of History: The Production of Historical Knowledge on Wikipedia. Petros graduated […]
History MA Student, Jim Wrenn, Presents Paper on 1978 Sanitation Workers Strike at the Southern Historical Association in Baltimore
History MA student Jim Wrenn presents paper at Southern Historical Association Conference.
Public History PhD Candidate JoCora Moore attends the Southern Historical Association Conference in Baltimore, Maryland
Public History PhD candidate, JoCora Moore, talks about her experience presenting her research at the Southern Historical Association Conference.
Public History PhD candidate, Shima Hosseininasab, is finalist in 3MT competition
Public History PhD student Shima Hosseininasab makes it into the top 10 at 3MT challenge.
MA Public History Alum Hannah Scruggs Headed to Harvard University Doctoral Program
MA Public History Alum Hannah Scruggs started the African and African American Studies doctoral program at Harvard University in Fall 2022.
Dr. Gwynn Thayer to Teach Oral History
Dr. Gwynn Thayer, Associate Head and Chief Curator of NC State’s Special Collections Research Center and Faculty Affiliate in the History Department, will teach HI 533: Theory and Practice of Oral History in Spring 2023.
MA Student Jim Wrenn Instrumental in Award Supporting Documentary on Black Environmental Activism in North Carolina
Jim Wrenn is a History MA student and serves as vice president of The Phoenix Historical Society: African American History of Edgecombe County, a non-profit organization founded to “to recover, record, and promote the history of African Americans in Edgecombe County, North Carolina.
Public History PhD Student, Mandy Paige-Lovingood, Talks Turquerie
Public History PhD student, Mandy Paige-Lovingood, received two grants which will enable her to pursue her research on Turquerie in Europe and Asia.
Public History Alum to Enter Doctoral Program at William and Mary
In the fall of 2022, Masters of Public History graduate Andre Taylor '20, will begin the doctoral program in American Studies at the College of William and Mary.