Arts & Humanities

The Latest

  • 5 Questions with the authors of ‘UNC A to Z’

    University Archivist Nicholas Graham and former University historian Cecelia Moore share their favorite entries from their book about the people, places and events that made Carolina.

  • A cyclic history

    North Carolina’s voting rights battles are a microcosm of America’s struggles, history professor Jim Leloudis says in a new book.

  • A poet’s Southern atlas

    Teaching Assistant Professor Tyree Daye’s newest poetry collection, “Cardinal,” explores the joy and pain of growing up in the rural South.

  • Importance of the vote

    In this special episode of the Southern Futures podcast, they discuss the evolution of voting rights and how voting can be a powerful tool for change.

  • Winner takes all

    “Packing and Cracking,” a new production in the Process Series, uses interactive games to show how political parties manipulate elections through gerrymandering in the digital age.

  • Reimagining the American South

    A new campuswide initiative, Southern Futures seeks to develop future Southern leaders; focus on art, music and storytelling; and gather and share Carolina’s resources.

  • Student groups build community with new cookbook

    The Carolina Latinx Center and two student groups are creating a Latinx Heritage Month Community Cookbook featuring dishes from around the world with submissions from students, faculty and staff.

  • The man who made the stars shine

    Morehead Planetarium & Science Center published their first children's book on the man who trained astronauts to navigate by the stars.

  • The Black fantastic

    Amid a deadly pandemic and social upheaval, Afrofuturism offers an alternative lens for looking at the world and finding hope, say Carolina scholars.

  • Creating a destination for African art

    Reggie and Celeste Hodges are preserving their extensive collection of African art by donating to the Ackland and other museums focused on education.