Tim Marr, Faculty Fellowship Program Director

Tim Marr, Associate Professor, American Studies

M. Clay

Professor Tim Marr (American Studies) is the new IAH Faculty Fellowship Program Director. In this episode, he discusses the importance of monuments in narrating the history of the United States, especially those that can … Continued


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Geoff Sayre-McCord

Geoff Sayre-McCord, Professor, Philosophy

M. Clay

Professor Geoff Sayre-McCord (Philosophy) discusses his work as director of the Philosophy, Political Science, and Economics Program in partnership with Duke University. His work as the Program Director for the Associate … Continued


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Jacqueline Lawton

Jacqueline Lawton, Assistant Professor, Dramatic Art

M. Clay

Jacqueline Lawton talks about her work as a dramaturge and how theater prepares students for expressing themselves in the real world. Her research most recently led her to discover Marvel Cooke, an early 20th century Afr … Continued


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James Moeser

James Moeser, Chancellor Emeritus, publishes book of speeches from 2000-2008

M. Clay

UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Emeritus James Moeser discusses his recent book The State of the University, 2000-2008. The book is a collection of major addresses delivered during his tenure.


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Academic Leadership Program

Announcing the 2018-2019 IAH Academic Leadership Fellows

M. Clay

The Institute is thrilled to welcome the 2018-2019 cohort of Academic Leadership Program Fellows. The Academic Leadership Program (ALP) helps prepare and support current and emerging academic leaders. Fellows are selecte … Continued


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Robyn Schroeder

Robyn Schroeder, Director, Humanities for the Public Good

M. Clay

Robyn Schroeder, Director of Initiatives for the “Humanities for the Public Good” grant, sits down with us to discuss public humanities and her goals for increasing scholarly engagement with the public at UNC-Chapel Hill … Continued


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Kia Caldwell

Kia Caldwell, Associate Professor, Department of Africa, African American, Diaspora Studies

M. Clay

A Faculty Fellow and Academic Leadership Fellow, Kia Caldwell discusses the current state of politics in Brazil, with particular focus on human rights activist Marielle Franco, and the circumstances that led to her assas … Continued


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Daniel Sherman, Institute for the Arts and Humanities

Daniel Sherman, Distinguished Professor, Art and History

M. Clay

Daniel Sherman tells us about his current research project on an archaeological dig in Glozel, France. He also discusses his interest in Critical Museum Studies, how museums are “political,” as well as what they are doin … Continued


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Jennifer Ho

Jennifer Ho, Associate Director, talks about the 30 for 30 Campaign

M. Clay

Dr. Jennifer Ho, who is Professor in the English and Comparative Literature Department, discusses the 30 for 30 campaign, encouraging IAH Faculty Fellows to help support future fellowships in commemoration of the Institu … Continued


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Zia Haider Rahman

Zia Haider Rahman, Author, 2018 Reckford Lecturer

M. Clay

Zia Haider Rahman, author of the highly acclaimed 2014 novel In the Light What We Know, delivered the Mary Stevens Reckford Memorial Lecture in European Studies on Feb. 22. The lecture, entitled: “Brexit The Reckoning,” … Continued


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