Terry Brock

Dr. Terry P. Brock is the Director of CHARG, and serves as the Manager of Archaeology and Research at the Wake Forest Historical Museum and is a Research Associate with the Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies Program at Wake Forest University.

Preservation Forsyth and the Unmarked Initiative Research Grant Received

Last Spring, CHARG and Preservation Forsyth submitted a Certified Local Government (CLG) Grant with the City of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission to begin the research component of the Unmarked Initiative, Preservation Forsyth’s effort to raise awareness and document every African American cemetery in Forsyth County. CHARG worked with a Wake Forest University student, Christian

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We’re Hiring! Be a Part of CHARG!

The Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Research Group is looking for three Wake Forest University undergraduate students to begin a year-long position working as Digital Heritage Research Technicians. These paid positions begin after the 2022 Spring Break, and last through next March, 2023. Student researchers will gain experience in archaeological field and lab methods, digital heritage

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Wake Forest University Archaeology Program at James Madison’s Montpelier!

This spring, CHARG is excited to announce a unique opportunity for members of the Lifelong Learning Community to participate in archaeological excavations at James Madison’s Montpelier – the historic home of President James Madison, father of the US Constitution, the 1st First Lady, Dolley Madison, and the over 300 individuals enslaved by the Madisons and

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