Skip navigation

Author: Nadia Clifton

These informal programs are an opportunity to hear from Wilson Research Fellows about their research work that draws on the collections and expertise of the Wilson Special Collections Library. Please visit Wilson Library’s fellowships page to learn more. Upcoming Unions, Cooperatives, and the Social Gospel …

Wilson Library Research Forum in 2022 Read More »

What is race? The term continues to defy easy explanation. Is it an anthropological category or an accident of geography and climate? Is it merely our superficial appearance, our hair, eyes and skin color? Is it biologically determined or is …

Race Deconstructed: Science and the Making of Difference Read More »

A selection of thirty original political cartoons from longtime News and Observer cartoonist Dwane Powell can be seen here. They provide a brief glimpse into Powell’s style and creative approach and cover a range of the issues and political figures that he …

The Cartoons of Dwane Powell Read More »

This exhibition highlights LGBT+ experiences, from well-known novels to small-press serials. The materials shown here from the Rare Book Collection in the Wilson Special Collections Library reflect the global queer community’s use of pen and print as indispensable weapons in …

Narratives of Queer Identity Read More »