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UNC Art Library to Showcase Recent Acquisitions at April 16 Event

Free public program will feature artists’ books, photobooks, and other new additions to the library’s collection. Continue reading

UNC’s Hidden Campus Revealed in April 14 Lecture

UNC professor Stephen Davis will discuss the University in the 19th century, as discovered through two decades of archaeological exploration. Continue reading

1915 Mail-Order Catalog Inspires 2015 Challenge

April 8 event, “Mail Order Catalogs and Consumers,” reflects on changing times. Continue reading

Exhibition of Paintings by African American Artist J. Eugene Grigsby, Jr. To Open April 1

Reception at 5 p.m. in the library of the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History. Continue reading

Make History with Wikipedia Edit-a-thons at UNC Library in April

Four events offer opportunities to improve the online encyclopedia by contributing missing historical information. Continue reading

Rare Book Collection Recent Acquisitions Evening March 31

Spend an evening with the newest additions to the Rare Book Collection in Wilson Library. Continue reading

Celebrate UNC’s Persian Library Collections March 19

Three UNC graduate students will discuss their research and recent travels to Iran. Prof. Carl Ernst will provide context. Continue reading

Iranian Cinema Is Topic of Feb. 10 Program

Negar Mottahedeh, professor of literature at Duke University, will speak about contemporary Iranian film in a free public program at the FedEx Global Education Center. Continue reading

Program To Celebrate Recent Additions to Rare Book Collection – NEW DATE: March 31

Visitors will have the opportunity to examine books published over nearly five centuries. The materials on view all came to UNC in the last two years. Continue reading

Music Biographer Barry Mazor and Musician Dom Flemons at Wilson Library Feb. 6

A new biography of Ralph Peer and a musical performance are on the program. The Southern Folklife Collection in Wilson Library provided inspiration for both. Continue reading

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