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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

Waterhouse – Book Launch

Flyleaf Books

Benjamin C. Waterhouse, UNC Professor of History, is launching his new book One Day I'll Work for Myself at Flyleaf books on Tuesday, January 16th! He'll be signing books starting at 5:30 and will give a brief talk about this new work … Read more

Carolina Global History: Davis on “Markets of Civilization”

FedEx Global Center 4003

Please join us for the next event of The Carolina Seminar on Transnational and Global Modern History. Dr. Muriam Haleh Davis (UC Santa Cruz) will give a talk on "Markets of Civilization: Islam and Racial Capitalism in Algeria." The event is going to … Read more

NCGS Seminar: Markham, “Operation Velehrad, 1950”


Please join NCGS on Friday, January 26 from 2 - 4 p.m. on Zoom for a presentation by the 2023 Konrad H. Jarausch Essay Prize winner and UNC PhD Candidate, Mira Markham! She'll be presenting a piece entitled "Operation Velehrad, … Read more

Emerging Scholars: Morgan Morales – UNC History


Please sign up to attend Tuesday's remote Emerging Scholars talk with Morgan Morales, PhD candidate in the Department of History. (Feb 6, 5:30pm, Zoom.) Co-sponsored by the Department of History. “A Matter of Life and Death: Jewish Women Who Chose … Read more

Book Talk with Professor Pérez

On February 8 at 3:30 PM, please join Professor Louis A. Pérez, Jr. for a discussion on his latest book, Colonial Reckoning: Race and Revolution in Nineteenth-Century Cuba, in the Bull's Head Bookshop Lounge (3rd floor) of the Stone Center. … Read more

Pathways to Graduate School Info Session

Pauli Murray 569

All current undergraduate students interested in learning more about graduate school in History (or the humanities) are welcome to join us for an information session intended to answer the question: how do you get to graduate school? Join the History … Read more

Talk: News Media Frameworks for Israel/Palestine

Gardner Hall 08

On February 16, a group of scholars from UNC and beyond will be discussing "News Media Frameworks for Israel/Palestine: Reporting, Distribution, and Infrastructure." You can join these scholars as well as various UNC sponsors of the talk from 1:00 to … Read more