Join the Triangle Labor Seminar for Reeve Huston’s presentation on a chapter from his manuscript in progress entitled “Who Regulates? Trade Unions, Squatters’ Associations, Political Parties, and the Boundaries of Popular Self-Governance in Antebellum America” at the Love House (UNC) on … Continued
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Read Dr. Larres’ analysis of Ukraine and Russia’s unwillingness to negotiate peace here.
On October 9, 2022, the UNC History Department celebrated the 100th birthday of Professor Emeritus William Leuchtenburg at the historic Horace Williams House in Chapel Hill. Watch the event’s tribute video, created by Gregory Georges, here. Born on September 28, … Continued
A recent UNC Global article celebrated UNC-Chapel Hill and King’s College London’s academic exchanges. Read about the programs’ partnership and Dr. Chad Bryant’s involvement here.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Klaus Larres for the publication of TWO new books: Most recent is the massive Oxford Handbook of German Politics, edited by Klaus Larres, Holger Moroff of the UNC Political Science Department, and the late Ruth … Continued
Please join us in congratulating Don Reid, Miguel La Serna, and Morgan Pitelka, whose recent accomplishments and recognition have just been approved by the Board of Trustees: Dr. Reid has been appointed the John Wesley and Anna Hodgin Hanes Distinguished … Continued
Dr. Sweet’s latest book, The Sewing Girl’s Tale: A Story of Crime and Consequences in Revolutionary America (2022), was reviewed by The New York Times this past week. Read the article here. You can also find a short excerpt on Lit … Continued
On April 14, the Committee on Teaching honored graduate students Lindsay Ayling, Frederick Cochran, and Marlon Londoño with the 2021 teaching assistant awards. Read about their respective awards below: UNC History Department Peter Filene Award for Creative Teaching: Lindsay … Continued
Read about graduate student Megan McClory’s work at the Sloane Art Library and Dr. Sturkey’s work with the Digital Research Services here.
Congratulations to Dr. William Sturkey for receiving the Carolina Center for Public Service’s Robert E. Bryan Award for Public Service on April 12, 2022. Dr. Sturkey is recognized for his scholarship on race and the U.S. South, as well as … Continued