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James L. Leloudis, Ph.D.
James Leloudis is associate professor of History in the College of Arts and Sciences, associate dean for Honors, and director of the James M. Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence. He has written extensively on the history of education, labor, race, and poverty in the modern South. He has also been recognized for excellence in undergraduate teaching and has won a Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prize for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement.
· A Classroom Revolution: Public Education and the Making of a New North Carolina, 1880-1920
· "Honest, Hard Working People": An Oral History of Family, Work, and Community in Piedmont Cotton Mill Villages, 1880-1940
· Carolina's Renaissance in Undergraduate Education