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Bookmark This is a monthly feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. The October 2022 featured book is “The Sewing Girl’s Tale: A Story of Crime and Consequences in Revolutionary America” by John Sweet. The book was recently named a co-winner of the Bancroft Prize.


Human and robot hands reaching out and touching with index fingers. A gray background with a network hologram.

Approaching artificial intelligence through an interdisciplinary lens

As anticipation and anxiety fuel debates about artificial intelligence, UNC’s AI Project brings together scholars from philosophy, computer science and linguistics to explore its implications.


Tatiana Farmer stands outside with her arms crossed.

Farmer named 2023 Charles B. Rangel Fellow

Tatiana Farmer ’20 has been selected as a 2023 fellow for the prestigious Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program. She will begin her multi-year fellowship this summer as an intern in Washington, D.C. working with members of Congress on international issues.   


Peter White's new book "The World Atlas of Trees and Forests" is lying on the ground surrounded by trees.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College faculty and alumni. This month’s featured book is “The World Atlas of Trees and Forests: Exploring Earth’s Forest Ecosystems” by Peter White,


The two flags fly, fluttering in the wind, in a blue sky.

1999 earthquake survivor leads fundraising for current crisis

Feeling a call to help, doctoral candidate Ahmet Tarık Çaşkurlu rallies community support for Turkey and Syria relief efforts.


Headshot of Blair Kelley in black and white, outside in wooded area.

Blair Kelley uncovers roots of Black working class

The Center for the Study of the American South director hopes to amplify the work ethic carried from enslavement to freedom.


María DeGuzmán sits at the Unsung Founders, Bond and Free memorial, depicting bronze figures holding up a stone table. (photo in black and white)

Rooted: María DeGuzmán

María DeGuzmán, the Eugene H. Falk Distinguished Professor of English & Comparative Literature and the founding director of the UNC Latina/o Studies Program, has been contributing to research at UNC for 24 years.


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