Podcast "Historias" in Spanish
Historias 74 – Oscar de la Torre sobre la Amazonía negra
   February 5, 2020

Comenzamos el primer podcast de Historias en español con una entrevista al historiador especialista en historia brasileña Oscar de la Torre...

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PROFESSOR RECEIVES PRIZE FOR ‘BEST BOOK IN MODERN FRENCH HISTORY’
A book by UNC Charlotte History professor Christine Haynes
   January 28, 2020

A book by UNC Charlotte History professor Christine Haynes has been chosen the best in modern French history (post 1815) over the previous two years, receiving the inaugural Weber Book Prize from the UCLA Department of History.

The Eugen Weber Book Prize in French History is a biennial prize that is named for the eminent French historian Eugen Weber (1925-2007) and includes a cash award of $15,000. The prize was announced at the American Historical Association annual meeting in January in New York City. Haynes will receive the award formally in May when she delivers a talk at UCLA...

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32nd Annual GHA Forum Program
   January 28, 2020

32nd Annual GHA Forum Program

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Newsletter
   September 30, 2019

Fall 2019 Newsletter

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Black Freethinkers: A History of African-American Secularism - Christopher Cameron
   September 19, 2019

See my new book, available from Northwestern University Press. http://www.nupress.northwestern.edu/content/black-freethinkers

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History Teaching Professor Oscar Lansen a Finalist for Teaching Award
   August 27, 2019

UNC Charlotte to Recognize Teaching Excellence

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Welcome Dr. Kristina Shull!
   August 26, 2019

The History Department is pleased to announce the hire of Dr. Kristina Shull, who will join our faculty in August 2020 following the completion of a post-doctoral appointment at Harvard University.  Kristina Shull is a public historian and interdisciplinary scholar specializing in race, foreign relations, immigration control, and prison privatization in the modern United States. She received her Ph.D. in History from UC Irvine. Her book manuscript, Invisible Bodies: Immigration Crisis and Private Prisons Since the Reagan Era, explores the concurrent rise of immigration detention and prison...

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NEW DISCOVERY AT THE MOUNT ZION ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
   July 22, 2019

Exciting Discovery by Mount Zion site team!

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AMBIGUOUS TRANSITIONS Gender, the State, and Everyday Life in Socialist and Postsocialist Romania - Jill Massino
   October 31, 2018

See my new book, available from Berghahn Books:

 

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