H-NC seeks to serve North Carolina’s diverse history communities by encouraging interaction and providing an outlet for the exchange of ideas.
A few weeks ago, a link was provided to the story of a very weird mid 19th century map of North Carolina, printed from the same plates as the 1833 MacRae-Brazier map. The next map printed from those plates is one of the most spectacular maps of North Carolina ever published. Read about it here.
Title: Learning Through Artists Archives
Location: North Carolina
Description: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks
four successful student applicants interested in contemporary
art, archives and preservation to identify, organize and care
for the complex records of visual artists in North Carolina.
Learning from Artists Archives is a comprehensive training pr
Title: Alternative Encounters: The Second World and the Global
Description: Alternative Encounters: The Second World and the
Global South, 1945-1991Location: Imre Kertész Kolleg,
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, JenaNovember 3-4 2014A
collaboration between the Imre Kertész Kolleg, University of
Jena; the Centre for Area Studies, University of Leipzig; and
the Centre of Imper ...
Title: CFP Panelists for SAWH conference 2015-- South women and
Location: South Carolina
Description: I'm interested in putting together a panel for the
2015 SAWH conference in Charleston that will focus on southern
women and women's organizations that contributed to public
history in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. My
own work examines how claiming daughterhood allowed patriotic