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A collage of people and book covers that were highlighted in the 2022 BOOKMARK THIS FEATURE.
A snapshot of some of the books (and people) we featured in 2022.

The words Bookmark This are written in blue. Underneath the words is a little cutout of a book, flipped open.We featured 10 amazing books by College faculty across different disciplines in 2022. “Bookmark This” is a feature that highlights these books; a Q&A with the author(s) is published on the first week of each month. Enjoy this wrap-up, where we collect all of the “Bookmark This” interviews from the past year. Add some of these books to your new year reading list. We look forward to showcasing more great books in 2023!

January 2022: A wrapup of 2021.

February 2022: Arne Kalleberg, department of sociology, Precarious Asia: Global Capitalism and Work in Japan, South Korea and Indonesia.

March 2022: Ross White, department of English and comparative literature, Valley of Want: Poems.

April 2022: Triffin Morris and Rachel Pollock, department of dramatic art, A History of the Theatre Costume Business: Creators of Character.

May 2022: Chad Bryant, department of history: Prague: Belonging in the Modern City.

June 2022: Marcie Cohen Ferris, professor emerita, American studies, Edible North Carolina: A Journey across a State of Flavor.

July 2022: summer hiatus

August 2022: Viji Sathy and Kelly Hogan, undergraduate education, Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom.

September 2022: Randall Kenan, posthumous/department of English and comparative literature, Black Folk Could Fly: Selected Writings by Randall Kenan.

October 2022: John Sweet, department of history, The Sewing Girl’s Tale: A Story of Crime and Consequences in Revolutionary America.

November 2022, Gerald Postema, professor emeritus, department of philosophy, Law’s Rule: The Nature, Value and Viability of the Rule of Law.

December 2022: Morgan Pitelka, Asian and Middle Eastern studies, Reading Medieval Ruins: Urban Life and Destruction in Sixteenth-Century Japan.

Nominate a book we should feature by emailing Find previous “Bookmark This” features by searching those terms on our website. Check out our Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine books list.


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