Sierra Dunne ( is an undergraduate research fellow at the CHW and a junior with majors in Southern Studies and Media Production and a minor in Social and Economic Justice at UNC. Her main research interests focus on the ways the South is portrayed in public memory, especially through museum exhibits, monuments, historical landmarks, popular culture, and documentaries. She has experience conducting oral history interviews, curating exhibits using primary resources and artifacts, and documenting local communities. Most of her studies focus on her home state of North Carolina, and she hopes to continue researching the agricultural and labor history of the state and the greater American South through a career in public history and documentary production.