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Prof. Emerita McNeil Speaker at Stone Memorial Lecture

October 25, 2021

On November 9th, Professor Emerita Genna Rae McNeil will be the featured speaker at the 29th Annual Sonja Hayne Stone Memorial Lecture. The lecture will be delivered via Zoom. For more information and to register, please go to the Stone … Continued

Charles Sellers (PhD, 1950) Remembered in New York Times

September 28, 2021

Charles Sellers, UNC PhD (1950), passed away last week, aged 98. Sellers was the author of The Market Revolution. The New York Times published an obituary of Sellers over the weekend which celebrated him as “a historian whose work on early-19th-century … Continued

Prof. Worthen Writes about Tenure

September 24, 2021

Professor Molly Worthen recently published a Opinion Guest Essay in the New York Times about the fight over the tenure system, its history, and how it could change. Read her piece, “The Fight Over Tenure is Not Really About Tenure” … Continued

Prof. Emeritus Don Raleigh Wins Awards

August 27, 2021

Professor Emeritus Don Raleigh received the 2021 recipient of the award for Distinguished Contributions to Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies from the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies. The citation makes clear his impressive achievements. You can … Continued

New Podcast from Matt Andrews

July 14, 2021

Matt Andrews has recently launched his new podcast, “American Sport with Matt Andrews.” Each episode explores the sporting events that have defined our culture and changed the course of American history. It will go beyond the sports page telling of … Continued