This exhibition showcases controversial British and American children’s literature and highlights the research of 22 UNC undergraduates. Curated by students in Professor Laurie Langbauer’s ENGL 295 class, Corruption of the Innocents draws on the Libraries’ centuries-old treasures of popular children’s books. It explores the menace that a variety of those forms — fairy tales, dime novels, and comic books among them — have seemed to pose.
Through August 15, 2016
Melba Remig Saltarelli Exhibit Room
Free and open to the public
Two grants totaling $45,000 will help to preserve rare musical recordings in the Southern Folklife Collection. The recordings include performances by traditional North Carolina musicians Elizabeth “Libba” Cotten and Arthel Lane “Doc” Watson. Using awards from the GRAMMY Foundation and the National Recording Preservation Foundation, the SFC will create archival copies of the fragile recordings and place them online for the first time. “These sounds are a national treasure,” said Steve Weiss, curator of the SFC. “We cannot wait to bring them to fresh generations of listeners, researchers, students, and fans.”