Exhibits

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Photojournalism Exhibit Extended to Feb. 10

The Wilson Library exhibit Photographic Angles: News Photography in the North Carolina Collection has been extended for a week. It will remain on view until Feb. 10, 2013. Continue reading

Rare Photos of American Roots Musicians on Exhibit in Wilson Library

Johnny Cash and The Byrds are among the musicians portrayed in “Visualizing American Roots Music,” a new photograph exhibit in UNC’s Wilson LIbrary. Continue reading

Silent Sam’s 100-Year History Will Be Topic of Jan. 22 Program

The early history of UNC’s controversial “Silent Sam” statue will be the topic of a free public lecture Jan. 22 at the Wilson Special Collections Library at UNC. Continue reading

Photojournalist James Wallace at Wilson Library Nov. 1

The work of photojournalism will be the subject of a lecture by former Daily Tar Heel student photographer James Wallace (’64) on Nov. 1 at Wilson Library Continue reading

Tar Heels Challenge the Wolfpack on the Gridiron and in the Archives October 27

Gridiron Glory Film Showings Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (continuous 20-minute loop) Wilson Library, Pleasants Family Assembly Room Free and open to the public Information: (919) 962-3765 or wilsonlibrary@unc.edu The football rivalry between UNC and North Carolina State University will be played out in the archives as well as on the … Continue reading

Maya Materials from Rare Book Collection on Exhibit

The remarkable history of the Maya and their culture, as told through rare books, pamphlets, maps, and recent publications, is the topic of an exhibit now on view in the Wilson Special Collections Library at UNC. Continue reading

Voting Restrictions in N.C. After the Civil War is Topic of Wilson Library Display

Attempts to restrict the vote in North Carolina in the decades following the Civil War are the focus of an exhibit of documents at Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Continue reading

Exhibit Celebrates 100 Years of the Carolina Alumni Review

An exhibit of Carolina Alumni Review covers and page spreads is now on view in the Wilson Special Collections Library to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the magazine. Continue reading

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

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