The Phillips Ambassadors Program has teamed with Study Abroad and History to create a hybrid faculty-led study abroad program: UNC Phillips Summer in Shanghai. Participants will take “China in the World” (counts as HIST 282 or ASIA 282) from UNC’s … Continued
On May 11, 2019, the Department of History held its annual graduation ceremony in Hamilton Hall. The faculty commencement address was by William Sturkey (Assistant Professor) and the guest speaker was Bailey White, a class of 2016 History major graduate … Continued
History major Denton Ong, writing his 2018-2019 Senior Honors Thesis with Professor Ben Waterhouse as adviser, published a ‘Made by History’ perspective piece on national emergencies in the Washington Post. The article can be found here.
Princeton historian Kevin Kruse, described as “History’s Attack Dog” in a recent interview with the Chronicle of Education, is a former undergraduate History major in our department. Read the interview here. You can find Kevin’s prolific Twitter feed @KevinMKruse.
Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and the most distinguished of all collegiate honorary societies, honoring excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. The UNC College of Arts & Sciences and History Department is very proud to announce the following … Continued
Max Conley, History senior and the History Department’s 2018 Meador Prize recipient, is a Phillips Ambassador alumnus completing his ‘Give Back’ project for the prestigious program. He will be sharing the work he did while studying abroad in Japan … Continued
On May 13, 2018, the Department of History held its annual graduation ceremony in Hamilton Hall. The event included addresses by Molly Worthen (Associate Professor in History) and Cassandra Etter-Wenzel, a former History major now working for the World Resources … Continued
History major Jordan Jenkins has been awarded the Beinecke Scholarship, which provides a $34,000 award to attend graduate school. She is one of 18 students nationwide to receive the award in 2018, and is UNC-Chapel Hill’s sixth Beinecke Scholar. Congratulations … Continued