Fine Arts & Humanities
Jessica Tanner, an assistant professor of French at Carolina, doesn’t often get the chance to speak the language she loves so much – at least outside of the classroom.
UNC classics professor Jennifer Gates-Foster is part of a small team recently awarded a 1.5 million euro European Research Council starting grant in support of archaeological work in the Eastern Desert of Egypt.
Art reflects real-life headlines in dramedy about a baker torn between love and faith, in production that opens Sept. 13.
Innovative professorship recognizes strong bond between faculty advisers, graduate students. Fauser selects Jennifer Walker as 2017-2018 fellow.
In 2013, we published a story about a new UNC digital collection that documents the state’s history through monuments, shrines and public art. The scholarly adviser to the site is historian Fitz Brundage. In recent days, Brundage has been quoted about Confederate monuments in numerous national publications.
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, what is a nearly 500-year-old painting worth? “Portrait of a Young Lady” sat in storage at the Ackland Art Museum since its arrival there in 1968 — until UNC art history professor Christoph Brachmann pulled it from the vaults last year. He immediately sensed the possible importance of this piece, thought to be … Continued
PlayMakers Repertory Company kicks off its 2017-2018 season with the world premiere of “Count,” in the first production of its PRC2 second-stage series, opening Aug. 23. This docu-drama about six men on death row was written by Lynden Harris and is co-produced with the North Carolina based collective, Hidden Voices.