University Libraries Publishes Biography of UNC Presidents Edward Kidder Graham and Harry Woodburn Chase
H-NC seeks to serve North Carolina’s diverse history communities by encouraging interaction and providing an outlet for the exchange of ideas.
We write to announce a forthcoming National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for College and University Professors, “Privilege and Prejudice: Jewish History in the American South” – to be held from May 27-June 7, 2019, at the College of Charleston. We are particularly seeking faculty and graduate students of southern history and literature, Jewish studies, ethnic studies, religious studies, public history, and museum studies.
North Carolina’s Oldest Roads: Geography, Physics, and Geopolitics Of Movement in Pre-Modern Times In the Old North State
Presentation by Tom Magnuson, M.A.
Call for Papers:
CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Fifth Annual Graduate Student Conference
The N.C. Office of Archives and History has launched a new blog: Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem in the Old North State.
Today's story is part of a subseries we're calling #FolksongFriday. There will also be some longer serial stories from the State Archives about Frankie Silve, Tom Dula, and Nell Cropsy (stories for which the archives has interesting documents) along with various short stories and posts featuring photographs and artifacts.