The fall 2020 issue of Carolina Arts & Sciences — our first virtual-only issue in our 15 years of publication, a change made due to the pandemic — is now online.
We have published this issue in a variety of formats. Read the stories on our magazine website, view a reader-friendly flipbook and download a compressed hyperlinked version of the PDF.
Southern Futures: Diverse voices for a changing region
A sweeping cross-campus initiative supports cutting-edge scholarship, creative endeavors and thoughtful conversations to reimagine the South.
Read a Q&A with co-directors Malinda Maynor Lowery and Elizabeth Engelhardt about the initiative.
Read more stories about College faculty, students and alumni involved in Southern Futures:
- Exploring intersections of class and race in Green Valley
- Vulnerable lives on the Matanzas River
- Cultural activism and the fate of Johns Island
- Voices of resilience and recovery in Robeson County
- Chief Hope Officer: Strengthening economically distressed communities
Enjoy other features:
A Tar Heel at the helm of the International African American Museum, an initiative that examines technology’s impact on the adolescent brain, a book on the struggle over race and voting rights in North Carolina, and a poem and video from creative writing’s Tyree Daye.