John C. O’Hara of New York, NY served as Chair of the IAH Advisory Board from 2007-2011 and remains an active supporter and member of our Board today.
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.
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities welcomed philosopher and literary critic Martin Puchner to UNC to give the 2013 Mary Stevens Reckford Memorial Lecture in European Studies.
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.
The Process Series has been showcasing artistic works in progress on the UNC campus for the past five years.
Igor Stravinsky’s and Vaslav Nijinsky’s The Rite of Spring caused riots when it was first performed in May 1913. At least that’s the legend.
The University of North Carolina is hosting a year-long conversation during the academic year 2014-2015 on the legacy of World War I.
Philosopher and literary critic Martin Puchner will deliver the 2013 Mary Stevens Reckford Memorial Lecture in European Studies February 21 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Some artists imagine a throng of adoring patrons standing awestruck before their masterwork. Communications Studies professor Joyce Rudinsky would be disappointed with this reaction to her latest media installation, “Spectacular Justice.”
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the faculty members awarded Fellowships in both the Faculty Fellows program and the Academic Leadership program for the spring 2013 semester as we prepare to welcome them here at Hyde Hall.
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