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Library presents a view of ‘Race Deconstructed’ The new exhibition in Wilson Library examines the historical role of science in creating concepts of race.   Fill out a government form and you’ll be asked to choose one of these race categories: …

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

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North Carolina poet laureate Jaki Shelton Green reads “i know the grandmother one had hands.”

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Eight Carolina students have received Incubator Awards from the University Libraries for projects that draw inspiration from special collections.

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Anthony has devoted his nearly 40-year career to caring for and about the knowledge and resources that define North Carolina’s cultural heritage.

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Fencing and scaffolding will surround Wilson Library during the spring 2019 semester as the building receives a new roof, but the library will be open as usual, and all collections and services will remain available throughout the project.

The three-year project will allow approximately 30 doctoral students and candidates to conduct research with the collections and librarians of the Wilson Special Collections Library.

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