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The Humanities in the World of Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Threats

Institute for the Arts & Humanities - Hyde Hall 176 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

CPH is collaborating with UNC’s Institute for the Arts & Humanities (IAH) and the Program for Public Discourse for a community conversation on why the Humanities will remain essential for public and personal life as the influence of Artificial Intelligence … Read more

The Ongoing Fight for Freedom: Stories of NC’s Black Veterans

Friday Center 100 Friday Center Dr, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

A live performance by Dr. Sonny Kelly—performer, playwright, and CEO, Legacy Heirs Productions.   The Ongoing Fight for Freedom: Stories of NC’s Black Veterans is a one-man presentation & performance elevating Black freedom fighters and veterans with North Carolina connections – … Read more

How Have the Crises of Democracy Endured from Ancient Greece to Modern America?

The Rizzo Center 150 Dubose Home Ln, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Democracies are somewhat rare forms of government across the history of human societies, in part because they are vulnerable to the upheavals of war, economic dislocation, corruption, internal social conflicts, and evolving foreign threats. Drawing on the insights of UNC … Read more

College of the Albermarle – Humanities and Climate Change

College of the Abermarle Professional Arts Gallery 205 Highway 64 South, Manteo, NC, United States

As a part of our “Portraits of Climate Change” initiative, supported by the North Caroliniana Society, CPH will take on the road this spring an exhibit of photographs from Southern Cultures’ fall 2023 issue. These compelling images of climate change … Read more

DISCOURSE ON COLONIALISM by Aimé Césaire

Flyleaf Books

featuring Max Owre, Executive Director of Carolina Public Humanities   "Aimé Césaire’s Discourse on Colonialism might be best described as a declaration of war... speaks in revolutionary cadences, capturing the spirit of its age." — Robin D.G. Kelley, Distinguished Professor … Read more