Kimber Thomas has been named to the first cohort of Graduate Public Scholars of the Humanities for the Public Good Initiative, in the College of Arts and Sciences. The award recognizes and supports Kimber’s “public scholarship and its outstanding and … Continued
American Studies PhD candidate Charlotte Fryar has been named one of the inaugural Dean’s Graduate Fellows in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is one of a class of 24 graduate students from across the college, recognized for her … Continued
This semester we’re interviewing various members of our department over a quick cup of coffee (or sometimes tea!) in order to learn more about them and the work they do. First up in the series, Dr. Seth Kotch. Social Media … Continued
October 11th Meet Me on the Midway: Three Centuries of Fairs in North Carolina—A Lecture Featuring Linda Jacobson and Alison Barnett A joint colloquium in collaboration with the American Studies Undergraduate Association, this lecture extends from the “Meet Me on the Midway” exhibition … Continued
October 4th “I’m Going to an Academic Conference. Now, What Should I Do?” Academic Panel Patricia Sawin, Maxine Allison vande Vaarst, and Mathew Swiatlowski share their experiences and answer your questions on attending academic conferences—both at the beginning of your career … Continued
September 27th The Community Histories Workshop—Presented by Bobby Allen Faculty director Bobby Allen stops by to discuss the Community Histories Workshop, a program that collaborates with communities on public-facing digital humanities projects to tell the local histories of places like Rocky … Continued
Vos’s work with radio station WXDU is featured in Endeavors. Read the article here.