UNCG Campus Weekly

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Kathelene McCarty Smith

Kathelene McCarty Smith (University Libraries) will speak at the Greensboro History Museum Thursday, Nov. 8, as part of the presentation “Her Great War: Women & WW I,” with scholar and author Lynn Dumenil. The two speakers will reflect on ways the war changed life for women in North Carolina and across the nation. McCarty Smith will discuss mobilization of women on North Carolina college campuses during World War I. Major support for the program comes from the Women’s Professional Forum Foundation and it is the 2018 installment of the John Floy Wicker Endowment Series, which has brought well-known historians and history programs to Greensboro for more than two decades. The presentation will begin at 7 p.m. at the Greensboro History Museum, located downtown, at 130 Summit Ave. There will also be a special reception with refreshments for the UNCG community at 4 p.m. in the MHRA Building, Room 3501. The reception is sponsored by the UNCG Humanities Network and Consortium.