Humanities on the Road
Join Carolina Public Humanities as we take UNC-Chapel Hill scholars “on the road” and host events in collaboration with regional partners outside the Triangle.
All fall 2020 events will be held online.
American Travelers and the Old World | October 12th @ 7:00pm | Wayne Community College
The Perils of Preserving History | October 29th @ 1:00pm | Sandhills Community College
The Ethics of Vaccine Development and Distribution | October 29th @ 1:30pm | Fayetteville Technical Community College
Religious Freedom in American History | November 9th @ 7:00pm | Wayne Community College
“From Here to Equality”: Reparations for Black Americans | November 18th @ 5:00pm | Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
Disco Dervishes: the Mystical Roots of Indian Popular and Classical Music | November 20th @ 12:00pm | Guilford Technical Community College
The Sidney and Mary Schochet Family Series on Jewish Life & Culture – In Collaboration with the UNC Center for Jewish Studies
The Black Death and its Scapegoats | September 29th @ 12:00pm | Guilford Technical Community College
Interpretation and Innovation: Jewish Studies from the Rabbinic Era to Today | November 3 @ 11:00am | Wake Technical Community College