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Parking near Hyde Hall

February 16, 2018

Chapel Hill and University Digital Metered Parking Chapel Hill municipal digital metered parking can be found on East Franklin Street. Chapel Hill stations allow payment by space number entry. The maximum time allowed for metered parking ranges from 3 to 10 hours ($1.75/hr). … Continued

Reckford lecture focuses on exotification of Asian culture

January 26, 2016

Now in its 22nd year, the 2016 Mary Stevens Reckford Memorial Lecture in European Studies is titled Appropriating Asia: The Depiction of the Exotic in European Art. The Institute for the Arts and Humanities will host the event Thursday, Feb. 25 at 7:30 in Hyde Hall. The lecture is free and open to the public.

IAH Fellow Defending Humanities: Post-GOP Debate

November 17, 2015

In a Time article, IAH Fellow (2003) and philosophy professor Douglas MacLean defends “the number of philosophers” we need in response to Marco Rubio’s comments in the GOP debate: “We need more welders and less philosophers.”

IAH Fellow featured in R.O.I. cover story

November 16, 2015

Sridhar Balasubramanian, marketing professor at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and Academic Leadership Program Fellow (2015), is featured in the Fall 2015 issue of the school’s R.O.I. magazine.

Arts and Sciences Foundation features IAH’s Pardue Fellowship for its 40th anniversary

November 9, 2015

It began when UNC music professor and jazz studies director Jim Ketch became the first faculty fellow in 1992, thanks to an endowment by David Pardue ’69 and his wife Becky. Back then, the Institute was called the Program for the Arts and the Humanities, located at the former West House between Hanes and Swain Halls. The story also features current Pardue Fellow Stephanie Elizondo Griest, assistant professor of creative nonfiction.

Current ALP fellow Jennifer Ho featured in Carolina Arts & Sciences

October 29, 2015

Jennifer Ho, Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, weaves her personal story as a Chinese-Jamaican American around food, family and identity during her visit to Jamaica to honor her late Uncle Frank. “Like my uncle, I strive to speak truth to power,” she writes, “to be that contrarian who looks at a different perspective and seeks a different opinion, not for the sake of being contrary but to make sure that the majority rule does not become the only voice in the room.”