Dr. Trey Adcock is a former secondary social studies teach who went on to earn a doctorate in Education at the University of North at Carolina Chapel Hill where he was named to the Royster Society of Fellows as a Sequoyah Scholar. His research interests pertain to issues of representation in school curriculum, social studies education and technology integration. He currently serves as an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina, Asheville.

Articles by Trey

Doing History in Buncombe County

A community gets to know its own stories—past and present—through the study of slave deeds.
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