An exhibition curated by undergraduate English students celebrates the 200th anniversary of the classic novel.
Author: Judy Panitch
The University of North Carolina Press, the Institute for the Study of the Americas and the University Libraries have published the first title in the collaborative series Studies in Latin America.
Join undergraduate students from English 295H as they present their original research and a class-curated, full-scale exhibition about Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking modern novel, “Frankenstein,” on the 200th anniversary of its publication.
Authors Marcus Anthony Hunter and Zandria F. Robinson discuss their book “Chocolate Cities: The Black Map of American Life” at 5:30 p.m. in Wilson Library.
The award recognizes a project that enabled North Carolina and Mexican students of Maya heritage to jointly study their shared culture and history.