Dr. Claudia Becker is Professor of German & Director of Global Studies. Links: NCCU faculty page
A member of the inaugural cohort of NCCU-Duke DH Fellows in 2016-17, Jarvis L. Hargrove is currently Associate Professor of History at East Carolina University and serves as the Co-Director of the African and African American Studies Program. He received his Ph.D. in African history from Howard University in Washington, DC in 2011. He brings
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Dr. Candace Bailey is Professor of Music at NCCU. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in musicology. Her research focuses on women and music in the US South during the 19th century and keyboard music in England during the 17th century. Her most recent publications are Charleston Belles Abroad: The Music Collections of Harriet Lowndes,
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Lisa Carl is Associate Professor of English in the NCCU Department of Language and Literature. For her fellowship project, she created a multimedia web resource on early American material culture for her students.
Trained in Sociocultural Anthropology (Columbia, 2007), Dr. Matthew A. Cook is Professor of Postcolonial and South Asian Studies at the NCCU Department of Language & Literature. His research focuses on the history and anthropology of South Asia, Sindh, and colonialism. His publications include Discovering Sindh’s Past: Selections from the Journal of Sindh Historical Society, 1934-1948,
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Kathryn Wymer is Professor of English in the Department of Language and Literature at North Carolina Central University. In 2021-22, she is a Humanities Unbounded Visiting Faculty Fellow at Duke. She has served as a liaison between NCCU and the DHI@FHI, and she has been working to help establish the Digital Humanities Lab at NCCU.
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