Oh, The Humanities!

April 8, 2019: Climate Change

This year’s Adams Symposium (April 12-13) is on a salient topic: “Why Is Climate Change So Difficult To Address Or Stop?” Columbia professor Philip Kitcher will deliver the keynote on Friday, with a panel discussion Saturday.

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April 1, 2019: Europe Week!

April 6-12 is Europe Week on the UNC campus. Rachel Schaevitz and Aaron are joined by Katie Lindner of the Center for European Studies and UNC political scientist Holger Moroff.

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March 11, 2019: An Unlikely Friendship

Rachel Schaevitz is on along with documentary director Diane Bloom, whose film “An Unlikely Friendship” (about the friendship that developed between a civil rights activist and a Klan leader) is screening Monday, March 18 at the Chelsea Theater.

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March 4, 2019: Wanderbus

The nation of Germany is sending a “Wanderbus” on a cross-country US tour, giving Americans a chance to learn more about German life and culture – and it’s coming to Chapel Hill!

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February 25, 2019: Forty Years!

Carolina Public Humanities is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, beginning with a symposium on Saturday, March 23. Max Owre and Rachel Schaevitz chat with Aaron about CPH, the symposium, and the humanities in general.

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