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  • UNC PhD Honored with Top Teaching Award

    Dr. Anna Krome-Lukens, an alumna of the UNC History Department’s PhD Program who has returned to the campus to teach in the Department of Public Policy, was recently awarded the 2024 Chapman Family Teaching Award. Selected as one of 25 … Read more

  • Dr. Morgan Pitelka’s Newest Book Receives Honors

    Congratulations to Dr. Morgan Pitelka, whose 2022 book, Reading Medieval Ruins: Urban Life and Destruction in Sixteenth-Century Japan (Cambridge University Press), was recently honored by the International Convention of Asia Scholars as one of the ten best Asian studies books … Read more

  • Congratulations to Sarah Miles on Dean’s Distinguished Dissertation Award!

    Congratulations to graduate student Sarah K. Miles, who received the 2024 Dean’s Distinguished Dissertation Award in the area of the Humanities and Fine Arts for her dissertation entitled “One and the Same Struggle: Francophone Intellectuals, Global Solidarity, and Third Worldist … Read more

  • Starred Review of DuVal’s Upcoming Book in Publishers’ Weekly

    Dr. Kathleen DuVal’s latest book, Native Nations: A Millenium in North America, set for release in April 2024, received a starred review in Publishers’ Weekly. Beginning with the millenium-long histories of sixteenth-century Native American societies, DuVal contextualizes early encounters between … Read more

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