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Spoken Word/Spoken Justice: A Festival of Spoken Word Performance

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Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: The Process Series

Description: The UNC Process Series in association with the Department of Communication presents Spoken Word/Spoken Justice, a three-day long festival of new long-form works featuring stirring solo performances by internationally renowned spoken word artists Kane Smego, Mohammad Moussa, Jamila Reddy, CJ Suitt, and Jaclyn Gilstrap, with a special skyped in appearance by recent Rotary Peace Fellow Will […]

Spoken Word/Spoken Justice: A Festival of Spoken Word Performance

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Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: The Process Series

Description: The UNC Process Series in association with the Department of Communication presents Spoken Word/Spoken Justice, a three-day long festival of new long-form works featuring stirring solo performances by internationally renowned spoken word artists Kane Smego, Mohammad Moussa, Jamila Reddy, CJ Suitt, and Jaclyn Gilstrap, with a special skyped in appearance by recent Rotary Peace Fellow Will […]

Spoken Word/Spoken Justice: A Festival of Spoken Word Performance

Download

Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: The Process Series

Description: The UNC Process Series in association with the Department of Communication presents Spoken Word/Spoken Justice, a three-day long festival of new long-form works featuring stirring solo performances by internationally renowned spoken word artists Kane Smego, Mohammad Moussa, Jamila Reddy, CJ Suitt, and Jaclyn Gilstrap, with a special skyped in appearance by recent Rotary Peace Fellow Will […]

Spoken Word/Spoken Justice: A Festival of Spoken Word Performance

Download

Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: The Process Series

Description: The UNC Process Series in association with the Department of Communication presents Spoken Word/Spoken Justice, a three-day long festival of new long-form works featuring stirring solo performances by internationally renowned spoken word artists Kane Smego, Mohammad Moussa, Jamila Reddy, CJ Suitt, and Jaclyn Gilstrap, with a special skyped in appearance by recent Rotary Peace Fellow Will […]

Spoken Word/Spoken Justice: A Festival of Spoken Word Performance

Download

Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: The Process Series

Description: The UNC Process Series in association with the Department of Communication presents Spoken Word/Spoken Justice, a three-day long festival of new long-form works featuring stirring solo performances by internationally renowned spoken word artists Kane Smego, Mohammad Moussa, Jamila Reddy, CJ Suitt, and Jaclyn Gilstrap, with a special skyped in appearance by recent Rotary Peace Fellow Will […]

French Language Lunch

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Location: Weathervane Restaurant

Cost: 20

Contact: The Program in the Humanities and Human Values

Description: Pre-Registration Required Featuring Jessica Tanner, Assistant Professor of French 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 […]

Welcome to Carolina: Tour Campus with UNC Visitors’ Center

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Location: UNC Visitors’ Center

Contact: UNC Visitors’ Center

Description: UNC Visitors’ Center is excited to offer a true Carolina Experience, introducing the University’s impact, hallmarks, and traditions on a one-hour walking tour of campus. We believe Carolina is a very special place indeed and we are excited to share it with you! Please register here or call (919) 962-1630 to confirm. We also invite you to explore our […]

Spoken Word/Spoken Justice: A Festival of Spoken Word Performance

Download

Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: The Process Series

Description: The UNC Process Series in association with the Department of Communication presents Spoken Word/Spoken Justice, a three-day long festival of new long-form works featuring stirring solo performances by internationally renowned spoken word artists Kane Smego, Mohammad Moussa, Jamila Reddy, CJ Suitt, and Jaclyn Gilstrap, with a special skyped in appearance by recent Rotary Peace Fellow Will […]

Spoken Word/Spoken Justice: A Festival of Spoken Word Performance

Download

Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: The Process Series

Description: The UNC Process Series in association with the Department of Communication presents Spoken Word/Spoken Justice, a three-day long festival of new long-form works featuring stirring solo performances by internationally renowned spoken word artists Kane Smego, Mohammad Moussa, Jamila Reddy, CJ Suitt, and Jaclyn Gilstrap, with a special skyped in appearance by recent Rotary Peace Fellow Will […]

Welcome to Carolina: Tour Campus with UNC Visitors’ Center

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Location: UNC Visitors’ Center

Contact: UNC Visitors’ Center

Description: UNC Visitors’ Center is excited to offer a true Carolina Experience, introducing the University’s impact, hallmarks, and traditions on a one-hour walking tour of campus. We believe Carolina is a very special place indeed and we are excited to share it with you! Please register here or call (919) 962-1630 to confirm. We also invite you to explore our […]

Mapping Prostitution in Nineteenth-Century Paris

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Location: Flyleaf Books

Contact: The Program in the Humanities and Human Values

Description: February 14 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Featuring Jessica Tanner, Assistant Professor of French In nineteenth-century Paris, administrators saw the regulation of prostitution as a means of imposing order in a rapidly evolving city. By plotting spaces from brothels to boulevards, novelists likewise turned to prostitution to make sense of Paris in their fictions. Carolina’s […]

Great Books Reading Group: Beloved by Tony Morrison

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Location: Flyleaf Books

Contact: The Program in the Humanities and Human Values

Description: Pre-Registration Required Tuesdays, February 7 and 14, 2017 with Danielle Christmas, Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature Join UNC faculty discussion leaders at Flyleaf Books for a robust discussion of classic texts.  This semester, we are hosting one to three sessions per book.   Every participant will receive a copy of the book before the […]

Spoken Word/Spoken Justice: A Festival of Spoken Word Performance

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Location: Studio 6, Swain Hall

Cost: Free

Contact: The Process Series

Description: The UNC Process Series in association with the Department of Communication presents Spoken Word/Spoken Justice, a three-day long festival of new long-form works featuring stirring solo performances by internationally renowned spoken word artists Kane Smego, Mohammad Moussa, Jamila Reddy, CJ Suitt, and Jaclyn Gilstrap, with a special skyped in appearance by recent Rotary Peace Fellow Will […]

Knight-Hennessy Scholars Info Session

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Location: Graham Memorial 039

Description: Each year up to 100 high-achieving students with demonstrated intellect, leadership potential and civic commitment will receive full funding to pursue a graduate education at Stanford University. Join us to learn more about the new Knight-Hennessy Scholars program. Meet the program’s executive director, learn about the admission process and criteria, and get your questions answered. […]

Welcome to Carolina: Tour Campus with UNC Visitors’ Center

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Location: UNC Visitors’ Center

Contact: UNC Visitors’ Center

Description: UNC Visitors’ Center is excited to offer a true Carolina Experience, introducing the University’s impact, hallmarks, and traditions on a one-hour walking tour of campus. We believe Carolina is a very special place indeed and we are excited to share it with you! Please register here or call (919) 962-1630 to confirm. We also invite you to explore our […]

Humanities Happy Hour: Humanitarian Aid in Haiti

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Location: Top of the Hill – Back Bar

Cost: Free

Contact: The Program in the Humanities and Human Values

Description: Join Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Assistant Medical Director, Internal Medicine Clinic, Elizabeth Greig at Top of the Hill’s Back Bar from 6:00-7:00 p.m. on February 15 for Humanities Happy Hour. During this free casual event, Dr. Greig will discuss the status of humanitarian aid in Haiti after recent disasters in Haiti. Come raise a glass with one […]

Welcome to Carolina: Tour Campus with UNC Visitors’ Center

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Location: UNC Visitors’ Center

Contact: UNC Visitors’ Center

Description: UNC Visitors’ Center is excited to offer a true Carolina Experience, introducing the University’s impact, hallmarks, and traditions on a one-hour walking tour of campus. We believe Carolina is a very special place indeed and we are excited to share it with you! Please register here or call (919) 962-1630 to confirm. We also invite you to explore our […]

IAAR Faculty Fellows Lecture Series – Dr. Andrea Benjamin’s “Black & Latino Political Incorporation in Durham, NC”

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Location: Sonja Haynes Stone Center

Contact: Institute of African American Research

Description: Institute of African American Research (IAAR) Faculty Fellows Lecture BLACK & LATINO POLITICAL INCORPORATION IN DURHAM, NC given by Andrea Benjamin Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science IAAR Faculty Fellow 2016-17 Andrea Benjamin, one of two IAAR Faculty Fellows, will lecture on her study of whether and how Blacks and Latinos in Durham, North Carolina […]

Leon Botstein | The 23rd Annual Mary Stevens Reckford Lecture in European Studies

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Location: Graham Memorial

Cost: Free

Contact: Institute for the Arts and Humanities

Description: Conductor, musicologist and Bard College President Leon Botstein will deliver the lecture “Sounding Forms: What Music and Its Practice Reveal about Modern European History.” Exploring the character of music in the 19th and early 20th centuries, Botstein examines its rhetoric, structure, logic, and qualities in an effort to see what the culture of active participation […]

Priceless Gem Tour Series – Native Narrative Tour

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Location: UNC Visitors’ Center

Cost: Free

Contact: UNC Visitors’ Center

Description: Each academic year, UNC Visitors’ Center hosts a special series of campus tours—the Priceless Gems—in addition to its regular tours about Carolina’s mission and history, traditions, legends and landmarks.These special on-campus walking tours are led by experts on specific aspects of Carolina History. The tour is free, open to the public, and lasts about an hour to an-hour-and-a-half. […]

Priceless Gem Tour Series – Black and Blue Tour

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Location: UNC Visitors’ Center

Cost: Free

Contact: UNC Visitors’ Center

Description: Each academic year, UNC Visitors’ Center hosts a special series of campus tours—the Priceless Gems—in addition to its regular tours about Carolina’s mission and history, traditions, legends and landmarks.These special on-campus walking tours are led by experts on specific aspects of Carolina History. The tour is free, open to the public, and lasts about an hour to an-hour-and-a-half. […]

Rethinking Modernity: Europe and the World from the Renaissance to the Crisis of the 21st Century

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Location: Chapel Hill Campus

Contact: The Program in the Humanities and Human Values

Description: Pre-registration Required February 17 @ 4:30 pm – February 18 @ 1:00 pm Most narratives of Western history have long argued that Europeans and Americans achieved unprecedented human progress by creating the key institutions and values of modernity: global trading systems, democratic national states, advanced science and technology, religious tolerance, and the legal equality of […]

“Power!” Stokely Carmichael Performance

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Location: Sonja Haynes Stone Center

Cost: Free

Description: The Stone Center will present Power! Stokely Carmichael, a play written and performed by actor and playwright Meshaun Labrone and directed by Jennifer Knight. In June 1966, during the last great march of the Civil Rights Movement, a young activist changed the battle cry from “Freedom Now!” to “Power!” Now, on the 50th Anniversary of […]

Rethinking Modernity: Europe and the World from the Renaissance to the Crisis of the 21st Century

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Location: Chapel Hill Campus

Contact: The Program in the Humanities and Human Values

Description: Pre-registration Required February 17 @ 4:30 pm – February 18 @ 1:00 pm Most narratives of Western history have long argued that Europeans and Americans achieved unprecedented human progress by creating the key institutions and values of modernity: global trading systems, democratic national states, advanced science and technology, religious tolerance, and the legal equality of […]