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UNC-CH Intersex Awareness Day

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Location: The Pit

Contact: UNC-CH LGBTQ Center

Description: Intersex Awareness Day marks the first public demonstration by intersex people in North America. Morgan Holmes and Max Beck of Intersex Society of North America (ISNA) were joined by allies from Transexual Menace and other organizations. It took place on October 26, 1996 in Boston, Massachusetts outside a conference of the American Academy of Pediatrics. […]

Intermediate French Language Lunch

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Location: Weathervane Restaurant

Cost: 20

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: Interested in polishing or refreshing your foreign language speaking skills in a warm and welcoming environment? Join UNC faculty discussion leaders at Weathervane restaurant in Chapel Hill for a lunch where participants are encouraged to speak only in a foreign language. All participants will receive a short foreign language article prior to the lunch that will serve […]

Tell About the South: Ryan Emanuel on Indigenous Communities & Environmental Justice

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Location: Love House & Hutchins Forum

Contact: Center for the Study of the American South

Description: In the Southeastern United States, indigenous communities are often omitted from discussions about environmental justice. These omissions permeate public policy and have serious implications for Native American tribes living in the region today. A case in point is the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a 600-mile long fossil fuel pipeline that would impact several Native American […]

Queering Poetics and Charitable Practice: A Laboratory of This Body’s Politics

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Location: FPG Student Union

Cost: Free

Contact: UNC-CH LGBTQ Center

Description: In this talk poet and activist Gabrielle Calvocoressi will discuss how poetics and charitable activism might be seen as an experiment in finding one’s holistic queer body. This is a laboratory so we’ll work together to think about ways poetics and activism can be seen as a queer practice, specifically in relation to things like gerrymandering and LGBTQIA+ rights. An experiment! A conversation! An invitation to all.

Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention

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Location: Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: Department of Communication

Description: Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention Performed by Professors Marc Callahan, Lee Weisert, and Sabine Gruffat Wed., Nov. 29 & Fri., Dec. 1 @ 8:00 p.m. – Swain Hall, Studio 6 In a collaborative experiment, digital media artist Sabine Gruffat and composer Lee Weisert will reinvent Franz Schubert’s Die Winterreise during a live performance by baritone Marc Callahan of this iconic song cycle. Using a […]

Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention

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Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Contact: Department of Communication

Description: UNC’s Process Series presents Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention Performed by Professors Marc Callahan, Lee Weisert, and Sabine Gruffat November 29 & December 1 at 8pm UNC-Chapel Hill Campus, Swain Hall Studio 6 101 E. Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC The Process Series tenth season continues on November 29 and December 1 with a look […]

Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention

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Location: Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: Department of Communication

Description: Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention Performed by Professors Marc Callahan, Lee Weisert, and Sabine Gruffat Wed., Nov. 29 & Fri., Dec. 1 @ 8:00 p.m. – Swain Hall, Studio 6 In a collaborative experiment, digital media artist Sabine Gruffat and composer Lee Weisert will reinvent Franz Schubert’s Die Winterreise during a live performance by baritone Marc Callahan of this iconic song cycle. Using a […]

Webinar: How does being in an ACO impact the health care experiences of children with disabilities?

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Location: Online

Description: Paula H. Song, PhD Associate Professor and Principal Investigator Department of Health Policy and Management UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health     This webinar will highlight findings from Dr. Song’s study exploring the health care experiences of Medicaid-eligible children with disabilities who, as a result of a policy change, became part of a […]

Art History Colloquium: Elizabeth Otto, SUNY Buffalo

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Location: Hanes Art Center

Contact: Tania C. String

Description: Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at SUNY Buffalo, Elizabeth Otto has published widely on topics relating to gender and media culture in early twentieth-century Europe. She is currently working on a book titled Haunted Bauhaus, which challenges conventional understandings of the Bauhaus, interwar Europe’s most influential art institution. This is the first sustained investigation of the Bauhaus’s ongoing engagement with the body in relation to spiritualism and the occult, gender and figuration, and the Surreal in order to explain the embrace of the irrational which lurks beneath the sleek surfaces and cold structures most commonly associated with the school.

Carolina Bluegrass Band

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Location: James and Susan Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall

Cost: 5 - 10

Contact: UNC Music Department

Description: The Carolina Bluegrass Band, under the direction of Russell Johnson, will give its fall concert on November 30. As it is a Scholarship Benefit Concert, tickets are $10 general admission and $5 for students or UNC faculty/staff. Tickets can be purchased at the door.

Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention

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Location: Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: Department of Communication

Description: Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention Performed by Professors Marc Callahan, Lee Weisert, and Sabine Gruffat Wed., Nov. 29 & Fri., Dec. 1 @ 8:00 p.m. – Swain Hall, Studio 6 In a collaborative experiment, digital media artist Sabine Gruffat and composer Lee Weisert will reinvent Franz Schubert’s Die Winterreise during a live performance by baritone Marc Callahan of this iconic song cycle. Using a […]

Save the Date: QEP Undergraduate Research and Making Exposition

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Location: Genome Sciences Building

Cost: Free

Description: Save the Date for the QEP’s fall semester exposition of students’ research and making. All QEP courses are invited to participate. It will be a great opportunity to be inspired by students and to hear about their experiences with these courses. This will be held in the lobby of the Genome Sciences Building.

Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention

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Location: Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: Department of Communication

Description: Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention Performed by Professors Marc Callahan, Lee Weisert, and Sabine Gruffat Wed., Nov. 29 & Fri., Dec. 1 @ 8:00 p.m. – Swain Hall, Studio 6 In a collaborative experiment, digital media artist Sabine Gruffat and composer Lee Weisert will reinvent Franz Schubert’s Die Winterreise during a live performance by baritone Marc Callahan of this iconic song cycle. Using a […]

Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention

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Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Contact: Department of Communication

Description: UNC’s Process Series presents Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention Performed by Professors Marc Callahan, Lee Weisert, and Sabine Gruffat November 29 & December 1 at 8pm UNC-Chapel Hill Campus, Swain Hall Studio 6 101 E. Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC The Process Series tenth season continues on November 29 and December 1 with a look […]

Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention

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Location: Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: Department of Communication

Description: Die Winterreise: A Digital Reinvention Performed by Professors Marc Callahan, Lee Weisert, and Sabine Gruffat Wed., Nov. 29 & Fri., Dec. 1 @ 8:00 p.m. – Swain Hall, Studio 6 In a collaborative experiment, digital media artist Sabine Gruffat and composer Lee Weisert will reinvent Franz Schubert’s Die Winterreise during a live performance by baritone Marc Callahan of this iconic song cycle. Using a […]

Italy: Then & Now – A Dialogues Seminar

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Location: Chapel Hill Campus

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: in Collaboration with the Center for European Studies From antiquity down to modern times the Italian peninsula has been the multicultural home for people who have spoken different languages, lived under different government systems and struggled with social fragmentation. Richard Talbert will discuss how the fragmented peoples of ancient Italy were gradually unified and dominated […]