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.
Public History MA Alumna, Rachel Jacobson’16 Puts Her Skills to Use at The Phillips Collection Library
Public History MA Alumna, Rachel Jacobson, ’16, found the perfect use of her archival skills in her role as Project Manager for a new program at The Phillips Collection Library and Archives. 2021 marks the 100th anniversary of America’s first museum […]
Preserving History, Creating Opportunity
Fueled by their passion for Native American culture, Belinda and John Hester (History ’72) have established a scholarship to help underrepresented students at NC State.
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 […]