Fine Arts & Humanities
Master’s student Reuben Mabry in UNC’s studio art program uses his eight-year career in the U.S. Army as the foundation for his work, creating paintings about the indoctrination of military members.
Acting and directing students team up to produce films in just three weeks in these Maymester Summer School classes.
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities’ visionary founder, Ruel Willoughby Tyson Jr., an esteemed scholar, colleague and mentor, passed away on May 30.
“Ethics of Stand-up Comedy” is a Maymester course that examines comedy’s role in society as a form of cultural expression full of underlying ethical discussions.
What’s hidden inside the world’s most famous museums? A Maymester course on museum studies reveals the hidden artifacts and unseen decisions behind these institutions.
The fellowships provide support for promising scholars completing dissertations that explore ethics and religion.
When Brad Erickson decided to pursue his Ph.D., there was no question about where he wanted to go. “The only person I could imagine working with was the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies’ Jodi Magness,” he said.