2022 Graduate Student History Conference

The North Carolina State History Graduate Student Association is hosting a virtual graduate student conference over three nights in March 2022 to highlight the research of students across the department. At these virtual events, panel participants will present their work and audience members will be invited to offer questions or comments. Topics will range widely from Southern history to military history to ancient history. We look forward to seeing you there and engaging in important conversations in the fields of history and public history.

Thursday March 3, 2022, 7:00pm- 8:30pm
Legacies of Power: Conquest, Resistance, and Acceptance 

Ashley Hunter: “When the Sun Rose from the West: Rome Enters Greece”
Jordan Brady
: “A Delicate Balance: Seleucid Babylonia of Antiochus I Soter”
James Britt
: “Afghan Border Resistance During the British Raj and the Soviet Union”

 Wednesday March 9, 2022, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Shaping North Carolina

Kyle Bailey: “Colonel John C. Gresham, Wounded Knee, and the North Carolina Land Grant at War”
Shima Hosseininasab:
“Applying Digital Humanities in Archives: Review of Case Studies for the NC State University Libraries Special Collections Research Center”
Talia Brenner:
“Policing automobiles in post-WWII North Carolina” 

Thursday March 10, 2022, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Action and Interpretation: Individuals, Communities, Institutions

Jim Wrenn: “We can Do Better”
Kip Perry
: “Casta Paintings as Scientific Objects”
Sarah Waugh:
“A Case Study of the Evolution of the Interpretation of Slavery at the Burwell School Historic Site, 1977-2021.”

To receive updates and Zoom links for the above events, please register at the following link, https://go.ncsu.edu/hgsaconference






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