More than 500 scholars from 200 colleges, universities and research centers and seven countries converged on Chapel Hill March 13-16 to attend the third biennial conference of C19, the prestigious Society of Nineteenth Century Americanists.
Capitalism and too many health care players invested in the status quo are responsible for a U.S. health care system that is the most expensive in the world but denies access to millions of American and yields poorer outcomes than those of other developed nations.
A new UNC international exchange program created with more than $1 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of State and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will foster cultural diplomacy through popular music and dance.
Engagement emerged as a key theme among the past, present and incoming directors of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities during a Feb. 10 conversation at Hyde Hall.
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is pleased to welcome our Spring 2014 Faculty Fellows.
How might the IAH extend broad-ranging innovative and interdisciplinary conversations to newly arrived faculty at Carolina?
Allen Anderson’s music collaboration with students.
As we kick off a new semester and a new academic year, the Institute for the Arts and Humanities welcomes the faculty members awarded Faculty Fellowships for the fall 2013 semester.
When I first met Dr. Andy Perrin, he greeted me in full stride, running to our interview directly from the last meeting of his graduate seminar on the sociology of culture.
Patricia Parker—associate professor in communication studies, IAH Fellow and IAH Leadership Advisory Board member—is tired. “But it’s a good tired,” says Parker, who has had a busy few years.
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