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NCGS – Maddie James


Friday, 10 November 2023 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm (Eastern Time)MADDIE JAMES (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dept. of History)“Protecting the Volk”: The Female Criminal Police in Nazi GermanyABSTRACT: By 1927, four of the Weimar Republic’s states … Read more

Stone Memorial Lecture – Edwards – UNC Stone Center

Stone Center

2023 Stone Memorial Lecture Stone Center Auditorium | Tuesday, November 14th | 6:30PM Erica R. Edwards, Professor of African American Studies and English at Yale University, will deliver the 2023 edition of the Stone Memorial Lecture on Tuesday, November 14th … Read more

History Writing Workshop

Pauli Murray 569

Are you working on term papers, research papers, or essays for your history classes? Do you want to develop a paper that not only features your great ideas, but is well organized, cohesively structured, and carefully edited? In short, a … Read more

Triangle Early American History Seminar

National Humanities Center

The Triangle Early American History Seminar November 17, 2023 The Triangle Early American History Seminar meets this Friday, November 17, to discuss a paper by Duke History Professor Reeve Huston, “ToRule Ourselves: Cherokees and Northern Black Americans and the Remaking … Read more

WGFH & HUA Film Screening: Little Women

Pauli Murray 569

We're excited to announce our final event of fall semester, a screening of Greta Gerwig's 2019 film Little Women in collaboration with UNC's History Undergraduate Association and Phi Alpha Theta! Take a break from the end of semester chaos at 5:30 PM on … Read more

NCGS: Guettel “Continuities of Violence”


North Carolina German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series Friday, 1 December  20232:00 – 4:00 pm (EST) (Zoom Seminar)JENS-UWE GUETTEL Associate Professor of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures and History, Penn State UniversityCONTINUITIES OF VIOLENCE:Street Riots in Germany from 1905 to 1923 This presentation traces … Read more

Global Indeneity and American Indian Studies EOY Celebration

American Indian Center 205 Wilson Street, Chapel Hill

At the final Carolina Seminar of the fall semester, we will be a time to celebrate our growing Global Indigeneity and American Indian Studies community. It will take place at the American Indian Center on Wednesday, December 6, from 3:00 … Read more