“New Books Network” podcast features Professor Nancy Mitchell
Professor Nancy Mitchell was recently interviewed on the podcast “New Books Network” about her award-winning book, “Jimmy Carter and Africa: Race and the Cold War.” Mitchell’s book “attempts to recast the Carter administration as an active, and in some cases […]
Professor Nancy Mitchell Pens Piece for the Post on Rise of Mugabe
Dr. Nancy Mitchell penned a piece for the Washington Post in which she discusses Robert Mugabe and the Cold War politics that empowered democracy and dictatorship.
NC State’s Very Own Jimmy Carter Expert
NC State history professor, Dr. Nancy Mitchell, sat down with Technician Staff Writer, Hannah Bain to discuss American foreign policy under the Carter administration and her award-winning book "Carter in Africa: Race and the Cold War."
History Department Launches Texts & Talks Series
The History Department launched its new event series “Texts and Talks – Recent Faculty Books” this semester. First speaker Professor Nancy Mitchell presented her award-winning book, "Jimmy Carter and Africa: Race and the Cold War“ (Stanford University Press) and drew students, colleagues, and public visitors alike to D.H. Hill Library on April 22.
Revealing a Different Side of President Carter
In her new book, Jimmy Carter in Africa: Race and the Cold War, NC State Professor of History Nancy Mitchell draws on her research to reveal a side of the president few have seen. The American Academy of Diplomacy selected the book for its 2016 Douglas Dillon Award, a prestigious honor given to the best book about the process of diplomacy.