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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


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

Biodiversity and the Written Word

NC Botanical Garden 100 Old Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

A Biodiversity Garden Party event developed in partnership with the Carolina Biodiversity Collaborative ABOUT THIS SERIES Curated in Triangle wild spaces, these informal gatherings will celebrate the state’s natural wonders, educate us about changes and threats to biodiversity, and inspire … Read more

We Shall Overcome: The Music of Protest

Graduate Chapel Hill 311 W Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Featuring UNC historian Don Reid, Singer-Songwriter Dawn Landes, and Vocalist/Educator, Mary D. Williams We live in an era of divisiveness and heightened emotion, but this is not the first time that citizens have faced such tumult, change, and uncertainty. In … Read more

Total Eclipse: An Astronomer’s Call to Worship

Chapel Hill Public Library 100 Library Dr, Chapel Hill, United States

featuring Dr. Sheila Kannappan, UNC Department of Physics and Astronomy The next total solar eclipse to cross the United States will happen on April 8, 2024. In preparation for this rare, awe-inspiring event, Dr. Kannappan invites us to explore the … Read more

MINOR DETAIL by Adania Shibli

Flyleaf Books

featuring Nadia Yaqub, Professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Finalist for the National Book Award. Longlisted for the 2021 International Booker Prize. "Though Minor Detail initially promises to be a kind of counterhistory or whodunit—a rescue of the victim’s … Read more

THE LOST BOY by Thomas Wolfe

Flyleaf Books

featuring James W. Clark, Jr., Professor of English, Emeritus, NC State University "Thomas Wolfe's The Lost Boy is a captivating and poignant retelling of an episode from Wolfe's childhood. The story of Wolfe's brother Grover and his trip to the … Read more