Exhibits

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N.C. Political Campaigns to Be Topic of Conference Sept. 14-15

Historic North Carolina political campaigns will be the topic of a conference Sept. 14 and 15 at Wilson Library. A dinner on Sept. 14 will feature political consultants Carter Wrenn (R) and Gary Pearce (D). 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

Lectures, Concert to Celebrate Banjo Aug. 25

The Southern Folklife Collection will present “The Banjo: Southern Roots, American Branches,” on Aug. 25 on the UNC campus.The day will feature free lectures and musical performances. 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

UNC’s Past on View in Wilson Library for Commencement Weekend

An open house in Wilson Library on Saturday, May 12, will take commencement and reunion visitors to UNC’s past. Continue reading

Shakespeare Folios on View in Rare Book Collection Exhibition (Extended to Aug. 26)

Shakespeare’s Second, Third, an Fourth Folio collections are on view in the Wilson Special Collections Library as part of an exhibit entitled “Nature and the Unnatural in Shakespeare’s Age.” Continue reading

Preservation of UNC Buildings Will Be Topic of Apr. 4 Lecture

Wendy HIllis will discuss efforts to preserve UNC’s historic buildings during a free public lecture Apr. 4, 2012, in the Wilson Special Collections Library. “Lux Libertas in Perpetuity: Historic Preservation at UNC” will be the 2012 Gladys Hall Coates University History Lecture. Continue reading

A Midsummer Night’s Dream is Topic of March 29 Lecture

UNC professor Mary Floyd-Wilson will deliver the talk “’Maidens Call it Love-in-Idleness’: Potions, Passion, and Fairy Knowledge in A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on March 29 in the Wilson Special Collections Library. Continue reading

History of UNC Buildings and Libraries in Pair of Exhibits

A pair of exhibits on view through May 31 provide a special look at UNC history. “A Dialogue Between Old and New: Notable Buildings on the UNC Campus” is in the North Carolina Collection Gallery of Wilson Library; “Knowledge Building(s): The Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill” is in Davis Library. Continue reading

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