Fine Arts & Humanities

A job well done

Bob Miles, Associate Dean: Study Abroad and International Exchanges, Professor of Sociology and Global Studies.

Bob Miles traveled a great distance 17 years ago when he left the University of Glasgow in Scotland where he was a sociology professor to become the first full-time director of Carolina’s Study Abroad Program.

Native narratives

The reconstructed earthenware cooking pot held by archaeology professor Stephen Davis dates to A.D. 1000-1400. It was found along Morgan Creek in 1949, during a brief dig done before construction of Finley Golf Course.

Carolina may be the oldest public university in the nation, but its 224 years are just a sliver of the history of this area. Now, the University prepares to tell the story of the first people who lived here.

Well Said podcast: The Process Series

Joseph Megel (photo by Kristen Chavez)

As Carolina’s Process Series celebrates its 10th anniversary, we talk about the series and how it’s been helping artists finish their work with Joseph Megel, an artist-in-residence in the College of Arts and Sciences’ communication department and the artistic director of the Process Series.

(Sometimes) you can come home again

Lindsay Fulenwider and North Carolina Collection curator Robert Anthony share the story of how Fulenwider’s father’s Wolfe collection came to Wolfe’s alma mater.

Lindsay Fulenwider is actually not a big fan of Tar Heel novelist Thomas Wolfe. But her father, John Fulenwider, a South Carolina physician, sure was. “He would always say, ‘He’s the greatest American novelist,’” said Fulenwider, manager of the art and art history department and a 25-year Carolina employee. “But my mother liked [F. Scott] …

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