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.
Jaycie Vos will present her paper, “Food, Empowerment, and Iowa: Exploring Mrs. Welch’s Cookbook” at the 17th Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Genders and Sexuality at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York on June 1. This paper is … Continued
Charlotte Fryar, whose dissertation examines the contested geography of the Carolina campus over space and time will give a talk entitled, “Building a University of the People: The Movement for a Free-Standing Black Cultural Center at UNC-Chapel Hill.” Charlotte will … Continued