Sitting at the table (l-r), historians L. Maren Wood, Michael Soracoe and Stephanie Chalifoux discuss race and masculinity at the N.C. Association of Historians at Elizabeth City State University, Friday.
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Sitting at the table (l-r), historians L. Maren Wood, Michael Soracoe and Stephanie Chalifoux discuss race and masculinity at the N.C. Association of Historians at Elizabeth City State University, Friday.

History comes alive: Lesson in 'barbecue’ feeds panel

By Kristin Pitts

The Daily Advance

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When historians get together to talk, few topics stay out of the spotlight.

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