Fine Arts & Humanities
Frank will discuss ‘downsizing our global ambition’ for the 2015 Weil Lecture on American Citizenship.
The Process Series, an annual performing arts program at UNC dedicated to developmental presentations of new works-in-progress, announces its eighth season, which includes five dynamic professional, faculty and student projects debuting on campus beginning Sept. 25.
Faculty, staff and graduate students have had a full and fruitful summer in Chapel Hill — engaging students in research about topics from climate change to archaeology, helping teachers enhance their curricular content on the African diaspora, creating beautiful music and lively theater performances and more.
Six global area studies centers in the College of Arts and Sciences focus on world regions and actively promote the research and study of global issues.
PlayMakers Repertory Company kicks off its PRC2 series August 26-30 with Trieu Tran’s powerful one-person show “Uncle Ho to Uncle Sam.” The play details the performer’s autobiographical journey from the fall of Saigon to new life in America.
Three long-serving faculty members in the College retired at the end of the spring 2015 semester after completing countless hours of service at Carolina and scholarship in the fields of anthropology, astronomy and computer science.
Professors John and Joy Kasson retired this summer after calling Carolina home for the past 44 years.