2013 Program


North Carolina Association of Historians Annual Meeting
Friday, March 22, 2013
North Carolina
Center for the Advancement of Teaching
Cullowhee, North Carolina

All Panels and Business Meeting will convene at the Center.

12:30-5:30 Registration                                                              


1:30-2:30 Session I

Panel A North Carolina History

Chair: Rebecca Seaman (Elizabeth City State University)

Jackie Booker (Benedict College) “The Ideological Battle Over Industrial Versus Liberal Arts Education:  Allen High School (Asheville), 1895-1930”

Karl Campbell (Appalachian State University) “Millhand Luke: Luther Hodges’ Rise to Fame and Fortune”                                                  

Panel B  Recent United States History

800px-Castle_Bravo_BlastChair: Jeff Broadwater (Barton College)

Ryan Asher (Binghamton University) “The National School Breakfast Program”

Brian Jones (Johnson C. Smith University) “President Eisenhower, Castle Bravo and the Fallout Question”     

2:30-2:45 Break

2:45-3:45 Session II

Panel C Global History

Chair: James Martin (Campbell University)

Helene Ducros (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) “Local History, Global Network:  Public History in the Service of Rural Development”

Fuabeh Fonge (North Carolina A &T State University) “Forced Integration into a Global System:  Analyzing Economic Change in Modern Africa”

400px-Zhen_hePanel D Asia and the West

Chair: Hilary Green (Elizabeth City State University)

Dorothea Hoffman (Appalachian State University) “Echoes of History – 1914 and 2014”

Melvin Page (East Tennessee State University) “Zheng-He’s Grave? Reflections of a Newcomer to North Carolina History”

3:45-4:00 Break

4:00-5:00 Session III

Panel E Education Roundtable

Rebecca Seaman, Moderator


5:15-5:30 Break

5:30-6:00 Business Meeting                                                      

6:00-7:00 Dinner                                                                                  

7:00-8:30 Discussion/Talk                                                        

Graham_GaelSpeaker: Dr. Gael Graham, Western Carolina University

“Rally the Faithful, Drum Out the Traitors: The Raleigh News and Observer and White Supremacy After Disfranchisement”

8:30 Book Signing (if appropriate)




Past meetings:
2012 Meeting Program

2011 Meeting Program