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HIST 2297: History of North Carolina, 1500-Present

This course explores the history of North Carolina from roughly 1500 through the present era. North Carolina's hisorical development is emphasized through three major themes: the social, political, and economic changes that have shaped the state

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Schedule a time to talk with Amanda Binder, librarian for History, Political Science/MPA, and Latin American Studies!

  • CONNECT: Schedule an appointment with me through Connect (undergraduates only)
  • EMAIL: Email me at with dates/times that work for you
  • FORM: Use the Research Consultation Request form

You can also use our CHAT service to get help from other librarians. Meetings can be by phone or online using Google Meet. 

Schedule research appointments through Connect

1. Visit Connect (limited to undergraduates). Can also access from My UNCC site.

2. Click on "Make an Appointment"

3. Select "Academic Support (Tutoring/Mentoring)"

4. Select "Atkins Library Research"

5. Select "Research History" or "Research Political Science" or "Research Latin American Studies"

6. Find my name under Librarian (Amanda Binder)

7. Scroll through current and future weeks to see my availability and claim an appointment!


Searching for scholarly articles in JSTOR

How-To Video: Searching Historical Newspapers

How-To Video: Searching for Secondary Sources

Atkins Chat