Windows magazine spring/summer 2023

April 25, 2023

The University Libraries is pleased to announce publication of the spring/summer 2023 issue of Windows magazine. You can receive Windows in print by becoming a Friend of the Library. Learn more by contacting a member of the Library Development Office.

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Featured stories

Color photograph of a group of black women dressed in solid colors from the rainbow. In front of the group, is a floor full of colorful hats.

When the heart guides the eye

Photographer Burk Uzzle reflects on images from the Burk Uzzle Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library.

Black and white photograph of a baseball game happening in an open grass field. A crowd of black men and women sitting and gathering around a bench is in the foreground of the photo.

“Saying something about the times in which I was living”

The massive archive of photographer Roland L. Freeman comes to Wilson Library. It will offer unique perspectives of Black life in the Southern U.S.

Portrait of Maria Estorino outside of Davis Library wearing a dark blue blouse and wearing dangling earrings. Maria has short cropped gray hair.

Putting people at the center

On January 30, María R. Estorino became vice provost for University libraries and University librarian following nine months as the University Libraries’ interim director. She is the 11th person to lead Carolina’s libraries, and she steps into the permanent position at a moment that she believes is full of opportunities.

Portrait of Mary Bernsen outside in fall leaves.

Finding a home in libraries

Mary Boone Bernsen (’66, MSLS ’73) traveled the world as a librarian. Now she is giving back to the library that launched her career.