Graduate Students Present Work at National Council on Public History Conference
Public History graduate students, Katie Schinabeck, Sarah Soleim, Lisa Withers, and Hanna Howard attended the 2018 NCPH conference in Las Vegas this past Spring. Working within the theme of “Power Lines,” the students projects focused on addressing the power of […]
Public History Master’s Student Presents at SESAH
On September 30, Jason Norris, second year Master's student in Public History, presented a poster at the Annual Meeting of SESAH (pronounced like “seesaw”), the Southeast Chapter Society of Architectural Historians at Tulane University in New Orleans. This was the first poster session for SESAH, a relatively small organization, and Norris was honored to be participating. The session was organized by Dr. Catherine Zipf, of the Bristol Historical and Preservation Society in Rhode Island. She worked tirelessly to coordinate the posters from several states, including North Carolina, Virginia, Rhode Island, and Maryland.
Partnering to Preserve North Carolina’s African American Heritage
Graduate students in Dr. Alicia McGill’s Cultural Resource Management (CRM) graduate seminar recently partnered with the NC Historic Preservation Office on a project in which they researched, collected and documented invaluable archival, bibliographic, and observational information, as well as oral histories about African American cultural heritage and historic preservation issues in multiple North Carolina communities.