Don’t miss the first-ever screenings of two newly-preserved films that document some of North Carolina’s most recognizable folk traditions. This two-part series of virtual film screenings looks at the family-run potteries of the eastern Piedmont and the renowned old-time music of Surry County.
Author: Emily Jack
Interim circulation head Joe Mitchem was featured in The Well’s Carolina People, a regular feature that asks staff questions about the work they do for the University.
The Libraries’ focus on safety and service is featured in a story on The Well, which looks at the ways in which teams across the University have prepared for the return to campus.
The University Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s interview with Westbrooks addressed her efforts to put diversity, equity and inclusion front and center in the University Libraries.
Students in a history course taught by Dr. Katherine Turk curated the online exhibition “Climbing the Hill: Women in the History of UNC” using special collections materials.
Every semester brings unexpected twists, but this one has been historic. Our hearts go out to all of you who have navigated the many disruptions of spring 2020. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at what the transition to remote instruction has looked like for us.