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Postdoctoral fellowship applications due on March 16!

Applications for the Center’s 2018-19 Postdoctoral Fellowship are due on March 16th, and more information about CSAS funding opportunities is available here.

CSAS Welcomes 2016-17 Interns!

We are pleased to welcome (and welcome back) a fantastic group of undergraduates for the 2016-17 academic year. Pictured below (clockwise L-R): Marina Greenfeld, a first-year student from Saxapahaw, NC; Madison Schaper, a junior English major from Metuchen, NJ; Mitra Norowzi, a first-year student from Raleigh, NC; and Cassidy Hampton, a sophomore from Tampa, FL majoring in Mathematical Decision Sciences. Not pictured: Hallie French, a senior English major from Aurora, NC, and Jordan Jenkins, a sophomore history major from Morganton, NC.



New episodes of Press Record, our podcast about the joys and challenges of learning history by talking to those who lived it, are released three times each semester on SoundCloud and iTunes. Check it out here!

Spring 2016 Hutchins Lectures Now Streaming

Did you miss our featured speakers last semester? Not to worry–all three lectures are now available online. David Garcia discusses “Music of Latin@s and their Predecessors in the United States before 1900”; Angela Jill Cooley examines the “evolution of urban food culture in the Jim Crow South”; and Gregory D. Smithers uncovers the origins of the Cherokee diaspora.

New Roots Receives Award from the Oral History Association

In 1993, the Oral History Association established a series of awards to recognize outstanding achievement in oral history. We are delighted and honored to announce that New Roots/Nuevas Raíces: Voices from Carolina del Norte is the recipient of the 2016 Elizabeth B. Mason Project Award (Major Project). Congratulations and many thanks to our wonderful colleagues at the Southern Oral History Program, who is a major partner in New Roots, and at the Latino Migration Project in the Institute for the Study of the Americas and in University Libraries. This project is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Read more and learn about other award recipients here.