|When||September 17, 2017, 12:30 PM|
|Where||The Charlotte Museum of History, 3500 Shamrock Drive|
|Speaker(s)||Dr. Mark Wilson, UNC Charlotte
Dr. Janet Hudson, Palmetto College, University of South Carolina
Dr. Heather Perry, UNC Charlotte
Jack Dillard, co-producer
|Registration Details & Deadlines||Register Here.|
|Cost||Members $20.00, Public $25.00, Students $5.00|
|Who is Invited||General Public|
THIS EVENT IS BEING POSTPONED UNTIL NOV. 12, 2017. Discover the details of World War I’s impact on North Carolina. Forgotten, overlooked, and unexplored aspects of our state’s history will be discussed and displayed during this half-day symposium hosted by the Charlotte Museum of History with support from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and UNC Charlotte.
Historians Heather Perry and Mark Wilson of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ history department will be speakers. During breaks between the talks and during a reception, you’ll be able to see artifacts, hear the sounds of the time period, and read the words of Charlotteans who were impacted by the vast reach of the Great War.