Performance Studies professor Joseph Megel traveled to London the week of November 14th to participate in USA Week 2016 at King’s College London. Described in an article published November 23 by King’s College London News, USA week is a celebration of “our engagement with United States.” The week concluded with a “riveting reading of ‘The […]...
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Dr. Michael Palm is proud to announce the publication of his new book: Technologies of Consumer Labor: A History of Self-Service. Capture a quick glimpse of the book by reading the description below: “This book documents and examines the history of technology used by consumers to serve oneself. The telephone’s development as a self-service technology […]...
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On Thursday, November 10th, Mitch Capel and Sonny Kelly, a current Department of Communication graduate student, performed The Color of Courage at the Stone Center Theater before an audience of 65 students, faculty, staff, and community members. The performance brought to life “a fraction of the untold stories of the hundreds of thousands of unsung […]...
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Director Robinson provided The Carter Center with a second workshop focusing on engaged scholarship in audio and visual communication within the framework of conflict resolution and peace. Through a technology and research three day workshop, Nov. 2 – 5, participants engaged with the technical aspects of what is seen and heard as well as the […]...
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Dr. Kumi Silva is proud to announce the publication of her new book: Brown Threat: Identification in the Security State. Curious about the content? Read the book summary below: “What is “brown” in—and beyond—the context of American identity politics? How has the concept changed since 9/11? In the most sustained examination of these questions to […]...
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The UNC Writing for the Screen and Stage Program presents the sixth annual Long Story Shorts One Act Play Festival on November 18th and November 19th at 8:00 p.m. in the Kenan Theatre. Eight short plays written by members of the WSS Minor’s graduating class will be presented as staged readings by a company of […]...
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Congratulations Lucy Burgchardt! Lucy, a current graduate student of the Department of Communication, is one of 10 finalists in the 3MT competition. The Three Minute Thesis, aka 3MT, “is an academic competition that assists current graduate students with fostering effective presentation and communication skills. Participants have just three minutes to explain the breadth and significance […]...
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Alex McVey, current Communication graduate student, was awarded a Graduate Student Summer Research Grant from the Institute of African American Research {IAAR}. On Monday, October 17th, Mcvey will present a lecture based on his summer research at the IAAR Office....
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The UNC Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative {CDHI} recently published a press release and write up on current graduate student Heather Woods, a UNC CDHI graduate fellow. Read the honorary write up about Woods and her CDHI fellowship colleague Brad Erickson here....
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