Wilson Library exhibition marks fiftieth anniversary of protests that shook Carolina.
Fellowships of up to $1,250 will support intensive, innovative, and impactful research use of special collections at UNC’s Wilson Library.
From the Carolina Alumni Review: When Jim White ’71 was teaching, his high school students hated the idea of interviewing war veterans — until they tried it. Now those tapes are part of the Southern Historical Collection at UNC’s Wilson Library.
Two documents and two photographs from UNC’s Wilson Special Collections Library are part of the “Slavery and Freedom” exhibition at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
Library Journal profiles a group of Wilmington, NC, 8th graders who had an encounter with history, thanks in part to the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center at UNC’s Wilson Library.
Images of some of the greatest musical performers of the last half-century will be on view in Wilson Library through December 22, 2017.