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The tree-shaded, white-frame house at 410 E. Franklin Street has an ample front porch, rocking chairs and a storied history. It’s a perfect setting for UNC’s Center for the Study … Continued
Historian Malinda Maynor Lowery was named the new director of the Southern Oral History Program in July 2013.
Since its founding in 1973, the Southern Oral History Program has held as its guiding principle, “You don’t have to be famous for your life to be history.”
Southern Cultures journal covers it all, from tobacco queens to blues music.
Graduate student Elijah Gaddis explored the history of Caledonia Prison Farm in Halifax County, N.C.
The Burch Fellows Program enables undergraduates across the University with exceptional abilities and interests to design potentially life-transforming experiences.
Three UNC archaeology alums have uncovered the earliest European settlement in the interior U.S., near Morganton, N.C.
UNC students experience the global South through internships, service learning in Guanajuato, Mexico.
New books on Cuban history, school desegregation, Jewish literature, a legendary folk music coffeehouse, the battle between the Hatfields and the McCoys, Islamophobia in America, and more.