Edinburgh and London - Spring 2020 Study Abroad
   October 21, 2019

ENGLAND & SCOTLAND : Britain's Layered Pasts

Edinburgh and London meeting

 

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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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31st Annual GHA Forum Program
   March 19, 2019

31st Annual GHA Forum Program

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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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Historian’s work focuses on World War II and the power of mobilization
   October 7, 2016

Historian Mark Wilson studies the business and politics of the American industrial mobilization for World War II in the new book “Destructive Creation: American Business and the Winning of World War II.”

Wilson spent 10 years researching the archives of companies that made weapons for the war as well as military and government archives. His search led him to the records of Boeing Aircraft and Manufacturing, Ford Motor and DuPont U.S.

“The book offers an account of how the U.S. mobilized the economy to make supplies for the Allies to win World War II. It’s also a study of...

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