History MA student, Luke Gaines, awarded Martha Ellen Ward Scholarship
History MA student, Luke Gaines, was awarded a scholarship and gave a talk in November.
History MA alumnus, Eric Medlin,’17, Publishes Book on North Carolina’s Furniture Industry
We are proud to announce that History MA alumnus, Eric Medlin, ’17, recently published a book with the University of Georgia Press. Sawdust In Your Pockets: A History of the North Carolina Furniture Industry is the first ever survey of […]
History MA alum, Christopher Michael Blakley ’13, Published by LSU Press
We are pleased to announce that History MA alum, Christopher Michael Blakley’s book, “Empire of Brutality: Enslaved People and Animals in the British Atlantic World” has been published by LSU Press. The book explores how material relationships between enslaved people […]
Meet Our Outstanding 2023 Spring and Summer Graduates!
We would like to congratulate our History MA and Public History PhD and MA 2022 graduates. We wish them the best of luck as they go out into the world. Public History PhD Students Gevorg Vardanyan completed his dissertation – […]
History MA student, Jordan Brady, presents research at Classical Association of the Middle West and South Conference
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to present my paper entitled “City of Thunder: Numismatics and Civic Space in Seleucia-in-Pieria” at the annual Classical Association of the Middle West and South conference in Provo, Utah. This presentation was […]
History MA Student, Ashley Hunter, Presents Research at CAMWS Conference
History MA graduate student, Ashley Hunter, presented her research at this year's Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South conference in Utah.
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.
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.
History MA Alum, Alexi Henderson ’22 Wins Best Masters Thesis Award
Alexi Henderson was awarded the 2022 NC State Humanities & Social Sciences Award for the Best Masters Thesis
Meet our Outstanding Spring and Summer 2022 Graduates
Read all about our outstanding Public History and History MA and Public History PhD 2022 graduates!