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 … Continued
The John & Tatiana Moore Fund Fund Details & Application Process: ♦ The fund provides stipends of up to $2,000. ♦ Around 2-4 applicants will be selected to receive a stipend from the Moore Internship Fund according to the quality … Continued
An audio art piece, created by Mark Robinson, the Multimedia Lab Director and Lecturer for the Department of Communication, has been solicited and will be featured in “re-volt-ing: an art show in protest” at the Distillery Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Department of Communication presents: The Swain Studio Six Performance Series. These six unique performances will begin at 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. The Sunday matinee performances will begin at 2:00 p.m.
Professor Della Pollock, the Jackson Center for Saving and Making History, and the Northside Neighborhood of Chapel Hill were featured in the UNC Spotlights — “Northside’s Future Takes Shape” (May 23, 2016; originally printed in April’s University Gazette; written by Patty … Continued
photo: Mitch Capel (L), Sonny Kelly (R) The News & Observer “Actors bring Civil War stories to life” At the end of their performance, Capel and Kelly stripped off their soldier’s jackets and stood as the students and staff members … Continued
Earlier this month, the University of North Carolina hosted competitors for the second annual ACC Debate Championship. Building upon a longstanding tradition of debate between ACC schools, this year’s tournament featured teams from ten ACC schools, including Boston College, Duke, … Continued
COMM Performance Studies alum Elliot Darrow ’15 was interviewed for an article on poetry slam, featured in the Wall Street Journal: Poetry is Art, but Poetry Slams are Sport, Bound by Pages of Rules April 8, 2016 watch a video … Continued
Congratulations to Professor Renee Alexander Craft, chosen as one of eight faculty members, nationwide, to receive the 2016 Whiting Public Engagement Fellowship. Alexander Craft, who holds a joint appointment in the department of communication and the curriculum in global … Continued
Of the five students from UNC-CH who were selected as recipients of the 2016 Burch Fellowship, to pursue unique and self-initiated proposed experiences anywhere off Carolina’s campus, two hail from the COMM department: Sarah K. Adams is a double major in … Continued