Stephanie Elizondo Griest, Assistant Professor, English and Comparative Literature

Stephanie Elizondo Griest

IAH Faculty Fellow and Margaret R. Shuping Fellow of Creative Nonfiction Stephanie Elizondo Griest discusses her latest book, All the Agents and Saints: Dispatches from the Borderlands and how the fellowship helped her complete the book. She also talks about the amazing gift of time a fellowship affords faculty who devote so much time to students.  



Enrique Neblett, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience

Enrique Neblett

Faculty Fellow Enrique Neblett discusses his clinical psychology research on racism and health, especially the effects on African-American youth. He also talks about the work of growing funding during his research leave, as well as the books and teaching moments that inspire him.



Academic Leadership

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We discuss previous conversations on leadership from the faculty fellows of the IAH’s Academic Leadership Program (ALP), including Peter Mucha, Tanya Shields, Morgan Pitelka, and Terry Rhodes. Applications for the ALP are due Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017.



Kathleen DuVal, Professor of History, and Elizabeth Carbone, UNC alumnae

Kathleen DuVal

History Professor Kathleen DuVal And UNC alumnae Elizabeth Carbone, Class of 2017, discuss their work as recipients of the IAH Honors Carolina Collaboration Grant. The award is given to pairings of IAH fellows and Honors Carolina students working together on humanistic research.



Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II is the president of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP and pastor of the Greenleaf Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Goldsboro. He delivers the 2017 Weil Lecture on American citizenship on Oct. 11, 2017 on campus at Hill Hall. Barber discusses voter rights and the Forward Together Moral Movement (Moral Monday’s protest) in Raleigh and the history of citizenship in North Caro … Continued



Sam Amago, Department of Romance Studies Chair

Sam Amago is Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor of Spanish and Chair of the Romance Studies Department. He discusses metafiction and Spanish film, particularly that of Pedro Almodovar, whose body of work leads to an examination of garbage and its cultural representations in 20th century Spain.



Mark Katz, IAH Director and Professor of Music

Mark Katz

IAH Director and Music Professor Mark Katz discusses his book about music technology and his progress on his second book about hip hop diplomacy, which “helps create communities and bring people together.” Having recently returned from research leave, he also discusses the crucial impact of faculty taking time off from teaching at a research university.



Jennifer Gates-Foster, Assistant Professor Of Classics

Jennifer Gates-Foster conducts research primarily in the art and archaeology of the Near East and Egypt in the Hellenistic and Roman periods. She discusses her archaeological dig in Israel over the summer. She also talks about a book that helped her understand the complexity of her home state of Mississippi.



Nelson Schwab III, IAH Advisory Board Chair

Nelson Schwab

Nelson Schwab III (’67) discusses his days at Carolina and why it is so important to support faculty for the university’s continued success. “IAH Founder Ruel Tyson’s vision was to create something that would support and foster really good professors… The better prepared, the better trained, the happier the professors are here, the better off the experience will be for the students. It creates a great learning envi … Continued



Peter Mucha, Professor Of Mathematics and IAH’s Chairs Leadership Program Director

Peter Mucha, Chairs Leadership Program

Peter Mucha is a Professor of Mathematics and Applied Physical Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and new Director of the IAH’s Chairs Leadership program. Professor Mucha discusses the circumstances that led to his career as a mathematics scholar, from journeying through interdisciplinary fields in his university education to becoming a post-doctoral instructor in Mathematics.



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