Oh, The Humanities!
Rachel Schaevitz comes in along with UNC Spanish professor Cristina Carrasco, getting the word out about next week’s Spanish Language Lunch.
Max and Aaron are joined by UNC’s Jonathan Weiler, co-author of a book on political polarization called “Prius or Pickup?”
Max and Aaron welcome UNC historian Gerhard Weinberg, a leading expert on World War II, to discuss the reasons for studying military history and the upcoming 75th anniversary of D-Day.
CPH and the Chelsea Theater are teaming up to screen the documentary “One Big Home,” about a contentious fight over large houses on Martha’s Vineyard.
Max and Aaron are joined by American Studies professor Seth Kotch, the author of an upcoming book about the death penalty and the director of a digital project called “Red Record” about lynchings in North Carolina.
Major figures, major events, major trends, and major developments that defined 2018 in the humanities.
UNC’s General Alumni Association is hosting a forum Tuesday called “Consider This…Artificial Intelligence,” from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Friday Center.
Max and Aaron chat about CPH’s upcoming “Great Books” series for the spring semester.
In which Max interviews Aaron for a change, since he’s a public humanist too.
Max and Aaron are joined by UNC political scientist Mark Crescenzi, who’ll be speaking at this Wednesday’s “Humanities Happy Hour” about the insights behind his new book, “Of Friends and Foes: Reputation and Learning in International Politics.”