Humanities in Action Fall 2023
From AI to the Environment, learn about the deeper contexts behind issues too often reduced to sound bites.
Select Wednesdays | 4:30-6:00 PM | Flyleaf Books
Trouble at Carolina: The Complex Relations between UNC and State Governance | Wednesday, September 13
featuring James Moeser, UNC-CH Chancellor Emeritus
The Propagandists’ Playbook: How Search is Manipulated for Political Gain | Wednesday, September 20
featuring Francesca B. Tripodi, Assistant Professor, UNC School of Information and Library Science
Barriers to First-Class Citizenship Faced by US-Born Children in Mixed-Status Families | Wednesday, October 4
featuring Joaquin Alfredo-Angel Rubalcaba, Assistant Professor of Public Policy
Black Women in Politics | Wednesday, October 11
featuring Christopher J. Clark, Associate Professor of Political Science
An Update on Poverty in North Carolina and Beyond | Wednesday, October 18
featuring Gene R. Nichol, Professor of Law
The Democratization of AI: The Democratization of AI: How Generative AI Will Change Our World | Wednesday, November 1
featuring Mark McNeilly, Professor of the Practice of Marketing, Kenan-Flagler Business School
The Rights of Nature: An Eco-Centric Vision for Saving the Planet | Wednesday, November 8
featuring Maria Savasta-Kennedy, Clinical Professor of Law
Abortion Laws and Women’s Reproductive Health | Wednesday, November 15
featuring Rebecca J. Kreitzer, Associate Professor of Public Policy
Guests may attend Humanities in Action lectures in person or virtually.
Cost: $20; $15 with a Carolina Alumni Membership discount
Time: 4:30-6:00 PM
Location: Flyleaf Books
Registration is available in advance or at the door.
Advance registrants can take advantage of our FLYLEAF SEASON PASS and receive a discount on the purchase of all eight lectures.
**Registration for all Fall 2023 public events opens on August 2nd at noon.**
We thank Carolina Alumni for its generous support of this series.