Dreaming is Torry Bend’s most recent collaboration with playwright Howard Craft and director JaMeeka Holloway. It follows two men deeply affected by Winsor McCay’s comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland. In a world where comic book characters live side by side with real … Continued
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Dana Coen is the director of the Writing for Screen and Stage program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dana has an extensive background in television, penning episodes for The Wonder Years and NCIS, as well as … Continued
The eleventh annual Long Story Shorts One Act Festival is back live and will be presented on the UNC Campus at Swain Hall, Studio 6, Friday, October 29th @ 7:30PM and Saturday, October 30th @ 3PM and 7:30PM. Admission is … Continued
We’d like to wish a warm congratulations to Jessica Noe who was offered and accepted the position as the new book review editor for the Digest: A Journal of Foodways and Culture!
Interested in spending your summer in Copenhagen, studying organizational communication in a global context? Join us to find out more about UNC Working Globally in Denmark and speak with Dr. Steve May, who will be teaching COMM 325 in Copenhagen … Continued
Ian Williams’ article, “The Practice of Oldhammer: Re-remembering a Past through Craft and Play” was accepted for publication in Games and Culture.
Amrut Mishra received a $2,000 award to curate and design a prelude exhibit, alongside Joey Richards, for Carolina Performing Art’s upcoming installation Atmospheric Memory. Atmospheric Memory is a breathtaking interactive art environment where you can see, hear, and even touch the sounds … Continued
When it comes to politics, public discourse has become a shouting match, and Americans seem to talk past one another. Is the anger and polarization a sign of failing democracy, or just the way politics has to be? What do … Continued
Elizabeth Melton was recently awarded a fellowship through the American Council of Learned Societies!
Dr. Alice Marwick (Communication, College of Arts and Sciences) The annual Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prizes for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement have been awarded to four promising faculty members who exemplify groundbreaking and innovative research along with future career promise. Dr. … Continued