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North Carolina Humanities Council
History professor Dr. David LaVere’s research shows that when the English colonists who were left on Roanoke in 1587 disappeared, they tried to leave clues ...
North Carolina Humanities Council
The North Carolina Humanities Council has been offering speakers, free of charge, to public audiences since 1990. All presentations are grounded in the ...
This seminar focuses on North Carolina’s rich textile heritage as told through the stories, songs, and images of the people who worked in the mills. ...
North Carolina Humanities Council
David Cecelski (Ph.D., Harvard) is an independent historian and writer who has ... In this presentation, Dr. Cecelski draws on stories of the civil rights ...
The North Carolina Teachers Institute Application for 2009 Seminars
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML The North Carolina Teachers Institute. Application for 2009 Seminars. SEMINAR PROGRAM SELECTION. You may apply for one or more of the 2009 professional ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Book Series. MINI-GRANT APPLICATION. PLEASE RETURN 3 COPIES. TO. Carolyn Allen ... Certification Regarding the Non-discrimination Statutes. ...
Emily Herring Wilson 2007 Caldwell Laureate
Oct 19, 2007 ... (Wilson’s article about A.R. Ammons, A Poet in Hatteras Village, appears in the October 2007 issue of Our State Magazine.) ...
North Carolina Humanities Council
Road Scholars Speakers Bureau. The North Carolina Humanities Council has been offering ... Others widen perspectives on a variety of literary genres, ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML May 1, 2003 ... Los estudiantes Samantha Fernández y Lorena Magaña-Ortiz entrevistaron a Seira Reyes durante el verano del año 2002. ...
North Carolina Humanities Council
The daughter and granddaughter of mill workers, Roxanne Newton grew up in a small NC textile town. Currently she is director of the Humanities and Fine Arts ...
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