Tom Hanchett joined Levine Museum of the New South in uptown Charlotte as staff historian in 1999, helping create award-winning exhibits including Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers: Reinventing Charlotte in the New South.
Educated at Cornell, University of Chicago, and UNC Chapel Hill, he writes widely on southern culture and urban history. Highlights include Sorting Out the New South City (UNC Press); Salad Bowl Suburbs in Charlotte NC: Global Evolution of a New South City; and essays collected at www.historysouth.org.
Cornell, University of Chicago, and UNC Chapel Hill
Southern culture and urban history.
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