Fine Arts & Humanities
UNC-Chapel Hill receives $3.4 million commitment to advance its signature Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has received a $3.4 million gift commitment from the Charles Koch Foundation to support the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program, one of the most popular and fastest-growing minors in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Junior Allison Ruvidich spent a summer researching the life and contributions of Elizabeth Lay Green, the wife of beloved playwright Paul Green.
Join the Office of Undergraduate Research in celebrating University Research Week on campus, The theme is “Creating a Better Tomorrow.”
In her new position with Carolina Public Humanities, Rachel Schaevitz is launching new collaborations with community colleges, museums, movie theaters and nonprofits to advance the University’s mission of serving the state of North Carolina. A passion for public service is in Rachel Schaevitz’s DNA. Her family instilled in her the importance of being involved in your community — whether through … Continued
Mistaken identity, lonely hearts and a soaring score serve up a holiday. “She Loves Me” will run at the Paul Green Theatre from November 14 to December 9.
Join the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies tonight (Oct. 29) at 7 p.m. at the UNC Friday Center for a conversation between author Jonathan Weisman and Ryan Thornburg, UNC School of Media and Journalism, focused on Weisman’s book, “Semitism.”
Connie Eble knows why she was chosen for the 2018 Jefferson Award. “Longevity and institutional memory,” Eble said mischievously. Then, she matter-of-factly said, “I show up.” A professor in the English and comparative literature department, Eble joined Carolina’s faculty in 1971. She is in her last semester of teaching and will retire fully in January 2019. “I’m thrilled to … Continued