Khayrallah Center Seeks to Promote Lebanon’s Cultural Heritage
NC State's Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies was featured in An-Nahar, a leading Arabic-language daily newspaper published in Lebanon.
Attica Uprising Is Focus of History Weekend
The NC State Department of History hosts Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Heather Thompson as the featured speaker at this year’s History Weekend, April 13-14.
38 Students Showcase Graduate Research at NC State Symposium
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences had 38 presenters and six award winners at this year's NC State Graduate Student Research Symposium.
Four Professors Named Faculty Scholars
NC State’s 2017-2018 class of University Faculty Scholars includes four professors from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Belize Study Offers Blueprint for Community-Based Public History Research
A new paper on fieldwork in rural Belize serves as a case study for both developing site-specific cultural and historical exhibits and training a new generation of public history scholars.
A Look at Dunkirk: The Movie and the History
NPR's Boston affiliate WBUR invited NC State historian Matthew Booker, New York Times writer Cara Buckley and Case Western historian John Broich to discuss Dunkirk — the film and the real life heroic mission.
Student Contest: Spend a Day With the Dean
Wanted: A Humanities and Social Sciences student with a busy schedule and a sense of adventure. Enter this contest to spend a day side by side with your dean, Jeff Braden. Show him your world, and learn about his.
Big Labor Sees Growth Potential in California’s Marijuana Fields
NC State labor history professor David Zonderman says thousands of legal marijuana workers could reinvigorate union membership.
Year in Review: Our Top Stories of 2017
It's been a busy year for the college. Take a look back at some of our top stories of 2017.
Lebanese Expats Can Now Vote From Abroad, So What’s Stopping Them?
Lebanese citizens living abroad can now vote in the country's parliamentary elections, but the response so far has been mixed. Akram Khater, director of the Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies at NC State, provides perspective.