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Symposium, Exhibits Will Examine New Maya Perspectives in 2012

A free public symposium Oct. 25-26 will put the end of the Maya Long Count calender into a larger historical and cultural context that includes the voice of Maya people. Exhibits at Wilson Library and the FedEx global center will anchor the symposium. Continue reading

“Reflections of the Eno” Photos on View in Wilson Library

Photographs of the Eno River as it passes through Durham, N.C. will be on view in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room of Wilson Library through Dec. 31. Continue reading

Colorful and Extinct Carolina Parakeet Topic of Lecture Aug. 29

Ornithologists from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences will discuss the beautiful, mysterious, and now-extinct Carolina Parakeet in a free public program Aug. 29. Continue reading

Fall 2012 Events

The UNC University Library and Friends of the Library announce the Fall 2012 calendar of events. Continue reading

The Carolina Parakeet Returns in Wilson Library Exhibit

An exhibit about the extinct Carolina Parakeet will be on display through September in the North Carolina Collection Gallery of Wilson Library at UNC. Continue reading

Make Your Own Book at Library Preservation Event Apr. 26

Make your own book in Davis Library with the staff of the Preservation Department. Continue reading

Reproductions of UNC Library Treasures Now Available for Purchase

Reproductions of artistic and historical treasures from the UNC Library collections are now available for purchase through the website 1000 Museums. Continue reading

Documentary Photography Award: Deadline Extended to March 19

UNC students with an interest in documentary photography are invited to apply for one of four North Carolina Documentary Photography Awards. Applications are due March 12, 2012. Continue reading

UNC Library Events for Spring 2012

The University Library and Friends of the Library announce our Spring 2012 events calendar. Unless otherwise noted, Library events take place in Wilson Library on the UNC campus and are free and open to the public. The concert on March 13 requires ticket purchase from the Carolina Union and will take place in the Great … Continue reading

North Carolina’s Architectural Heritage Topic of Lecture Oct. 6

North Carolina’s architectural history will be the subject of a lecture Oct. 6 by Catherine Bishir. The event in the Wilson Special Collections Library is free and open to the public. Continue reading

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