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Southern Historical Collection Receives $877,000 from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Grant will develop models for communities to tell their own stories Continue reading

Well Said: The Southern Folklife Collection and Yep Roc Records

Curator Steve Weiss talks to UNC’s Well Said podcast about a collaboration with Yep Roc Records that will bring an old Dolly Parton recording to record stores this month. Continue reading

Southern Historical Collection Helps High Schoolers Explore Maya Heritage

Maya from the Margins is a program that fosters cultural understanding among Maya youth on both sides of the border — Morganton, N.C., and Yucatán, Mexico. Continue reading

2017 Journals Review

The Libraries seek campus input in reviewing current journal subscriptions by May 1, 2017. Continue reading

Doing Our Bit: UNC and the Great War

This exhibition about Carolina’s involvement in World War I will be on view in Wilson Library through June 11, 2017. Continue reading

More Than One Story | Más de una historia

A photograph exhibition in Davis Library examines the life of farmworkers in the Carolinas. Continue reading

Rare Book Collection Highlights New Acquisitions March 22

Not-under-glass display allows visitors to examine and interact with newly acquired rarities. Continue reading

Ronald D. Cohen, Down Hill Strugglers, and Depression Folk Music at Wilson Library March 9

Explore the complex cultural history of American folk music with a free lecture and concert. Continue reading

New York Times Now Available for UNC-Chapel Hill Students

Carolina students, enjoy The New York Times at no charge via the UNC Library! Continue reading

From Cameron Plantation to Cameron Place: The Making of a Black Homeland in Alabama, February 22

Author and Duke University professor Sydney Nathans will discuss his book A Mind to Stay: White Plantation, Black Homeland. Continue reading

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