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    Flyleaf Books752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.Chapel HillNC27514 | $35

    Come join Carolina Public Humanities' faculty-led Great Books Reading Group on select Tuesday or Wednesday mornings at Flyleaf Books

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    Flyleaf Books752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.Chapel HillNC27514 | $35

    Come join Carolina Public Humanities' faculty-led Great Books Reading Group on select Tuesday or Wednesday mornings at Flyleaf Books

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    Genome Sciences Auditorium250 Bell Tower DriveChapel HillNorth Carolina27514 |

    The 2020 Frank B. Hanes Writer-in-Residence will be Nikky Finney. Her talk will be on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Genome Sciences Building Auditorium.

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    Toy Lounge, Dey Hall135 South RoadChapel HillNC27514 |

    Though varieties of historical criticism have been central to the modern, academic study of the Bible, many scholars, advocating new paradigms, have called this centrality into question. Given ongoing reassessments of method in biblical studies, what might an examination of the beginnings of historical criticism contribute to an understanding of the discipline today? This talk will consider this and related questions.

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    Hill Hall145 East Cameron AvenueChapel Hill27599 |

    In this talk, Devi Mays presents a history of migration and nation-building from the vantage point of those who lived between states. Devi Mays traces the histories of Ottoman Sephardi Jews who emigrated to the Americas—and especially, to Mexico—in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the complex relationships they maintained to legal documentation as they migrated and settled into new homes. Mays considers the shifting notions of belonging, nationality, and citizenship through the stories of individual women, men, and families who navigated these transitions in their everyday lives, as well as through the paperwork they carried.

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    Flyleaf Books752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.Chapel HillNC27514 | $35

    Come join Carolina Public Humanities' faculty-led Great Books Reading Group on select Tuesday or Wednesday mornings at Flyleaf Books