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Syllabus: HI 254: Modern U.S. History
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Sarah Soleim joined the NC State History Department in 2014 and is a doctoral candidate in the Public History program. Sarah grew up in Northwestern Minnesota, and graduated with a BA in History from the University of North Dakota in 2013.
Sarah specializes in twentieth-century United States history, and her dissertation examines the emergence of public history training programs. She currently teaches Modern United States History and the History of Nonprofits, Philanthropy, and Social Change at NC State. She has also worked with several organizations in Raleigh, including the City of Raleigh Museum, the Pope House Museum, the Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies, and the Joel Lane Museum House.
Teaching and Research Interests
Public History, Twentieth-century United States History, History of Charity, Philanthropy, and Nonprofits, North Carolina History, The Historical Practice and Profession, Museum Studies, Oral History, Historic Preservation, Digital History and Humanities
Sarah is currently working on her dissertation, which examines the emergence of public history training programs in the United States.
BA History, University of North Dakota, 2013