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    Hyde Hall, University Room176 E. Franklin StreetChapel HillNC27599-3322 |

    On Sept 17, from 4-5:30 p.m., Keohane Professor Sherry Magill will participate in a Public Panel: Vulnerable Places and Resilience at the Institute for the Arts and Humanities University Room, Hyde Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill.

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    Pleasants Family Room, Wilson Library200 South RoadChapel HillNC27515 | Free

    Jane Perlez will discuss "Xi Jinping & Co: Tales of a New York Times Correspondent in China" as part of the fall 2019 Krasno Event Series.

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    PlayMakers Repertory Company120 Country Club Rd.Chapel HillNC27599-3235 | $15

    Most famously adapted by Carolina’s own Paul Green, Richard Wright’s seminal novel of the African-American psyche is ready to capture the hearts and minds of another generation with Nambi E. Kelley’s heart-stopping and theatrical new adaptation.

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    UNC-Chapel Hill Visitors Center250 East Franklin StreetChapel HillNC27514 | Free

    The UNC Visitors Center welcomes guests to Carolina. Our Sense of Place tours share the many stories of our extraordinary university and introduce you to the innovation, impact and accessibility that define Carolina’s identity today. Whether you're interested in prospective undergraduate tours - provided by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions - or you would just like to get to know Carolina better, you are invited to walk our storied brick paths between our stone walls.

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    3010 Davis Library208 Raleigh St.Chapel Hill27514 | $30 – $80

    This TWO-DAY (9/18/19 and 9/20/19) course equips students to design, conduct, and critique mixed method research.

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    Flyleaf Books752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.Chapel HillNC27514 | $25

    While we wish for a world at peace, war—to-date at least—seems to be an enduring part of the human condition. With more than 50 conflicts currently being fought around the world, we should try to understand the forces that cause them, how they are waged, and how we can end and prevent wars. Carolina Public Humanities will explore these questions in our new extended-lecture, mid-week series on military history and topics in peace, war, and defense.