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.
Exhibition at the Wilson Special Collections Library takes a lighthearted look at Sir Walter Raleigh and his influence on history and popular culture.
The largest grant in University Libraries history will allow the Southern Folklife Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library to preserve and digitize rare audio and visual recordings from Carolina’s libraries and from six partners across the state.
Cherokee language resources. Dean Smith’s personal papers. A first-person account of an enslaved woman. The millions of artifacts and documents at the Carolina’s libraries have supported researchers and helped make the University a hub for the study of the American South. Read more from Endeavors.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Wilson Special Collections Library is pleased to announce the inaugural class of our Summer Visiting Research Fellowship Program. (Photo by Randy Mullis.)