Object Project

Object Project

By UNCW Public History
The stuff of history is all around us—it’s in what we eat and wear, where we live and play, and how we work and travel.
The Object Project is a podcast about material culture and history, produced by history students of the University of North Carolina Wilmington, in Wilmington, NC, and Dr. Jennifer Le Zotte, assistant professor of US history and material culture.
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Ep 1.1 Blue Velvet
Object Project Episode 1.1 discusses the history and meaning of the iconic blue velvet gown used in the 1986 David Lynch film by the same title. The gown itself (one of two used in the film) is held in the collections of Cape Fear Museum in Wilmington, North Carolina. 
14:32
October 8, 2019
Object Project Trailer
 The stuff of history is all around us—it’s in what we eat and wear, where we live and play, and how we work and travel. The Object Project is a podcast about material culture and history, produced by history students of the University of North Carolina Wilmington, in Wilmington, NC, and Dr. Jennifer Le Zotte, assistant professor of US history and material culture. All episodes and mini-sodes are researched and recorded by UNCW students exploring the tangible past.
02:09
August 20, 2019
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