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"And the North Carolina MORONS LIVED | HAPPILY EVER AFTER": The Human Betterment League of North Carolina, 1947-1988
"Downright Roguish Practices of Ignorant and Unworthy Men": The North Carolina Regulator Rebellion, 1768-1771
"Plucking Roses from a Cabbage Patch": Class Dynamics in Progressive Era Louisville as understood through the Contested Relationship of Mary Bass and Alice Hegan Rice
"Public Order is Even More Important than the Rights of Negroes:" Race and Recreation in Charlotte, North Carolina, 1927-1973
"The Burthen Now Upon Our Hands": The Treatment of British Prisoners of War in the Revolutionary South, 1780-1781
'A Mother Specific Disorder For a Mother Specific Crime': Alienists, Infanticide and Puerperal Insanity in Nineteenth-Century Britain
'The Court Devoured Him': The History of the North Carolina Juvenile Court Statute of 1919
1948 and the Bounding of Thought: Zionist Discourse, The New Historians, and American Jewish Public Intellectuals, 1950-2020
A Dark Enlightenment: Julius Evola and the Temptation of Esoteric Fascism
A Missing Mountain Memory: The Marion Manufacturing Mill Strike of 1929
A United Front: The American Relief Administration in Ukraine
ADVERTISING THE OLD NORTH STATE: 1945-1955
An Undeveloped Picture Comes Into Focus: The Role of Women in Irish Nationalism, Suffrage, and The Easter Rising
And the Categories Are: Sexual “Realness”, Individualism, and the Paradox of Categories in Ball Culture
BASEBALL FROM BELOW: HOW AMERICA’S PASTIME BECAME A HEMISPHERIC CULTURAL PHENOMENON
BOHEMIAN NATIONALISM AND THE IMPACT OF CZECH AND SLOVAK NATIONALS ABROAD ON THE EMERGENCE OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Bastion of the Dispossessed: The Free People of Color's Fluid Identities Across the Haitian Revolution
Battle of the Press: The Nullification Crisis in South Carolina, 1828-1833
COMMEMORATING QUEEN CHARLOTTE: RACE, GENDER, AND THE POLITICS OF MEMORY, 1750 TO 2014
CULTURE CLASH AND ADMINISTRATIVE REACTIONS: THE EVOLUTION OF DISSENT AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, 1954-1970