Fine Arts & Humanities
Thirty-four years later, the old Soviet Union is gone, and the Olympics have just ended in the new Russia. Robertson continues to be a keen observer, now as an associate professor of political science at Carolina who has built a career studying political protest in modern Russia.
UNC’s Digital Innovation Lab (DIL) began working with the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies at North Carolina State University two years ago to map the migration and settlement of hundreds of families in North Carolina cities a century ago from what is now Lebanon, but was then a part of the Ottoman Empire.
Professors across the College of Arts and Sciences are changing the structure of large introductory classes to enhance student learning and make their classes more engaging, experiential and effective.
Three students in the College of Arts and Sciences have been chosen to receive the Martin Luther King Jr. UNC Student Scholarship, an award given annually to students who not only excel academically, but who embody King’s commitment to civil and human rights in their contributions to the community.
Details from the lives of black artisans in North Carolina, unseen for more than 100 years, are being discovered by UNC students using digital resources …
A Tony Award-winner straight from Broadway, a 20th century classic and a beloved tale from Shakespeare paired with a tour de force musical by Stephen Sondheim highlight the 2014-2015 main-stage season from PlayMakers Repertory Company.
Creative writing professor Bland Simpson and The Coastal Cohorts will present “King Mackerel and The Blues Are Running: Songs and Stories of the Carolina Coast,” Feb. 27-28 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.