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NEWS & EVENTS

Upcoming Events

Important Dates

  • Monday, Oct. 16-Thursday, Nov. 2: Advising for continuing undergraduate history majors
  • Monday, Oct. 23 through Tuesday, Nov. 14: Spring and Summer 2018 registration for continuing students
  • Friday, Oct. 27: Language Proficiency Exams for graduate students
  • Wednesday, Nov. 22 through November 26: Thanksgiving Break, no classes, UNCG closed.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 29: Last day of classes
  • Thursday, Nov. 30: Reading Day
  • Friday, Dec. 1 through Thursday, Dec. 7: Final exams
  • Thursday, Dec. 7: Doctoral Hooding Ceremony, UNCG Auditorium
  • Friday, Dec. 8: Commencement

Human Rights Research Network Film: "Belle"
Thursday, September 7, 2017
6:30 p.m., SOEB 120

The Human Rights Research Network is gearing up with another film series this semester called "History and Human Rights." The first movie is "Belle," the true story of Elizabeth Belle, the mixed race daughter of a British Royal Navy Captain. Belle's story becomes intertwined with efforts to end slavery in England. Dr. Mark Elliott will be the discussant and a reception will follow. This film is free and open to the public.
For disability accommodations, please contact Agnes Szarka at a_szarka@uncg.edu.

"Sculpting Memories: Confederate Statues in Historical Context"
Thursday, September 14, 2017
6:30 p.m., Weatherspoon Museum Auditorium

UNCG History Faculty will analyze the history of Confederate statues in the South. Panelists: Dr. Watson Jennison, Dr. Mark Elliott, and Dr. Benjamin Filene. Moderator: Dr. Linda Stine. Co-sponsored by the History Department, the Humanities Network and Consortium, and Lloyd International Honors College.


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