Category: Profiled Fellows
It’s seven a.m. on a spring morning, and associate professor of art Cary Levine is at UNC’s Memorial Hospital, delivering an early morning lecture to an unexpected crowd—UNC-CH medical students.
“When you receive an IAH fellowship, you’re very aware of the incredible gift of time to be there.”
Eliana Perrin is a natural connector.
Allen Anderson’s music collaboration with students.
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.
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.”
During his First-Year Seminar on Landscape and Remembrance, Stephen Birdsall, professor of geography, has students spend one class period walking around campus with fresh eyes.
“My writing life begins with a whopping lie I tell my first-grade teacher.”
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