Caroline Morris studies the history of American media and the history of the twentieth-century South. Her dissertation, entitled "The 'Voice of Virginia': WRVA and Conversations of a Modern South," explores how Richmond radio station WRVA reflected and influenced the cultural and political landscapes of Virginia from 1925 into the 1960s. As the Glucksman Fellow in 2007-2008, Caroline taught a course entitled "Sports in the Modern U.S." as part of its requirements. Caroline also served as the Lemon Project Fellow in 2010-2011, helping to research and manage William and Mary's ongoing initiative to illuminate the College's 300-year history with African Americans. She has taught at William and Mary, Virginia Commonwealth University, and is currently teaching at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia.