Sherman Emerging Scholar Lecture Series

Sherman Lecture Series
Dying for God
Race and the making of family in the Atlantic world
Atrocity and Accountability
A sacred space
Sunnis Shiites
Contagion and conquest

Sherman Emerging Scholar Series

Since 2002, the UNCW History Department has hosted an annual lecture series established to honor two life-long learners and friends of the department, Virginia and Derrick Sherman. Each year, a selection committee conducts a national competition to select the Sherman Emerging Scholar. The History Department hosts the Sherman Scholar on campus, during which time he or she visits UNCW classes, provides interviews to the local press, meets with faculty members, and presents a major lecture to which the entire Wilmington community is invited.  The public lecture is followed the next day by a roundtable discussion of its themes featuring several eminent researchers.  All lectures are published by the UNCW Publication Laboratory and distributed to UN Repository Libraries.

For more information, contact Dr. Lynn Wood Mollenauer, Chair of the Department of History.

Click here to register for the Sherman Emerging Scholar Lecture: Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Click here to register for the Sherman Emerging Scholar Roundtable: Thursday, October 28, 2021

20th Annual Sherman Lecture to Explore Racial, Class Politics of Antebellum South