Head of Digital Research Services Amanda Henley leads librarians, library staff, and researchers in a text mining project to discover Jim Crow laws enacted in North Carolina between Reconstruction and the Civil Rights Movement.
Religious studies professor Joseph Lam uses cuneiform tablets from the Wilson Library’s Rare Book Collection to study the dead language Akkadian and works with Library employees to share them with the world.
The guide compiles practices that UNC-Chapel Hill archivists have developed to make records more inclusive and accurate.
Sam Huener and the team at Wilson Library’s Conservation Lab are working to preserve the University’s most prized books and documents.
A starting guide for anyone interested in researching and writing about Elizabeth Cotten.
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 …