The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
The Department of Art and Art History presents a socially-distanced exhibition of select works from our Studio Art Faculty. Assembled quickly in these unusual circumstances of the pandemic, this exhibition is a rare opportunity to see the work of our faculty in conversation, and encompassing such varied media as ceramics, photography, performance, prints, and painting.
Southern Cultures encourages submissions from scholars, writers, and artists for The Abolitionist South, to be published Fall 2021. Submission deadline is Nov. 30, 2020. For The Abolitionist South, we seek submissions that make visible a radical US South which has long envisioned a world without policing, prisons, or other forms of punishment. As PIC (prison industrial complex) abolitionist Angela Davis has pointed out, radical simply means “grasping things at the root.” A region so often exceptionalized for its brutality and white supremacy is also the seedbed of freedom dreams and radical movement traditions.
Graduate Students @UNC - Join us for a great session with Professor Tani Barlow and Professor Kevin Hewison, two editors of leading academic journals in Asian studies about tips for a successful submission, trends in academic publishing, and ideas about where their fields are going! Register at go.unc.edu/graddevelopment
The discussion will feature speakers Nadia Brown, Ph.D.; Erika Wilson, J.D.; and Julia Jordan-Zachery, Ph.D.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Long Story Shorts, a one-act festival featuring readings of eight short plays written by undergraduate students in the Writing for the Screen and Stage minor.
Joan Neuberger is Professor of History at The University of Texas at Austin. She studies modern Russian culture in social and political context, with a focus on the politics of the arts.