A home for conversation and collaboration

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities serves as UNC-Chapel Hill’s faculty home for interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration. The IAH supports its mission through its commitment to three interrelated areas of faculty life: scholarship, leadership, and fellowship.

Scholarship

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Leadership

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Learn more about the Academic Leadership Programs and apply

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Fellowship

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Learn more about the Faculty Life Cycle Programs and join

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Make a Gift

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Help the IAH recruit, refresh, and retain UNC’s best faculty

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Recent News

  • Hyde Hall

    Honors Carolina and the Institute collaborate on student grant

    The Institute for the Arts and Humanities and Honors Carolina—with the generous support of the William C. Friday Leadership Fund—are proud to offer an exciting new opportunity for Honors Carolina students to assist IAH Fellows in their current research projects. Five research apprenticeships will be awarded for the spring of 2017, with students receiving stipends of $2,000. In an effort to initiate and foster new collaborative partnerships, preference will be given to faculty/student pairings that have not previously worked together on funded research projects. Interdisciplinary projects are highly encouraged.

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    Director Mark Katz wins UNC Diversity Award

    The prize recognizes “significant contribution to the enhancement, support and/or furtherance of diversity on the campus and in the community.”

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    All Academic Leadership and Faculty Fellows: Call for publications, deadline March 3

    The IAH hosts an Open House and Fellows Market on Thursday, March 30, to celebrate the work of Faculty Fellows and Academic Leadership Program Fellows at Hyde Hall. Previously called the Book Launch, the Fellows Market includes not only recently published books (Jan. 1, 2016 through March 1, 2017), but also art displays, performance videos, and digital demonstrations.

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    IAH Podcast | Jina Valentine, Assistant Professor of Art

    Jina Valentine is concerned with how art can inspire discussion. Valentine, UNC Assistant Professor of Art, discusses The Black Lunch Table, a collaboration with Heather Hart, a fellow artist based in New York. Black Lunch Table is a work of … Continued

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