Embodying the University’s commitment to extend Carolina resources to all citizens and community members across the state, Carolina Public Humanities offers engaging and innovative public seminars and lectures on a variety of topics and themes throughout the year. Our programs draw upon the humanities to nurture a deeper understanding of history and culture, enrich the life of the mind, and contribute to the development of a more humane world. To learn more about our upcoming programs, click the links for details.
- Digging Down and Going Up! The NYC Subway and the Airplane in the Transportation Revolution | Saturday, June 3 (9:00am-12:30pm) – *POSTPONED*
- Pirates and Piracy in Two Worlds | Saturday, June 10 (2:00-5:30pm) – IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL
- Labor, Race, and the Search for Freedom in North Carolina: A special Juneteenth seminar | Saturday, June 17 (9:00am-12:30pm) – IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL
- “The Descent of Man” by Edith Wharton | Tuesday, June 6 – IN-PERSON and LIMITED VIRTUAL
- The Home and the World by Rabindranath Tagore | Tuesdays, June 13 and 20 – IN-PERSON and LIMITED VIRTUAL
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- The 2023 William Friday Teachers Retreat: Enriching the Mind & Rejuvenating the Spirit “Down East” | Mon. June 26 – Wed. June 28 | Beaufort, NC
- The 2023 Wayne County Teachers Retreat:Enriching the Mind and Rejuvenating the Spirit | Mon. July 24 – Wed. July 26 | Beaufort, NC