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Expand your bookshelf: More books by College faculty and alumni

Fall 2021
Grab a cup of coffee or tea and cozy up with more good books by College faculty and alumni in this issue.
Claude Clegg, dressed in a suit, sits at his desk and smiles at the camera with a computer screen in the background with a picture of his Obama book cover.

Writing history in real time

Fall 2021
Claude Clegg's new book on President Barack Obama is a comprehensive account of his early years, his journey to the national stage, his eight years in office -- and beyond.
Legendborn book cover; Tracy Deonn portrait

A seat at the Round Table

Spring 2021
Tracy Deonn’s debut young adult novel brings Arthurian legends and magic to Carolina’s campus.
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Read more books: Additional offerings by College faculty and alumni

Spring 2021
Add these new books by College faculty and alumni to your reading list.
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Grow your reading list: More books by College faculty and alumni (fall 2020)

Fall 2020
Find more books by College faculty and alumni
James Leloudis

A cyclic history

Fall 2020
North Carolina’s voting rights battles are America’s struggles in microcosm, a new book says.
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Read more books: Explore good reads from faculty and alumni (spring 2020)

Spring 2020
Explore good reads from faculty and alumni.
Emily Wallce, Elizabeth Engelhardt and Bernard Herman pose with their books.

Good eating and good reading

Spring 2020
From Appalachia to Virginia’s Eastern Shore to Southern roadside eats, three books by Carolina writers celebrate food, glorious (Southern) food.
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Fill your bookshelf: New books by College faculty and alumni (fall 2019)

Fall 2019
Need a new book? Check out these great reads by College faculty and alumni.
Rosalynn Carter, former President Jimmy Carter and Habitat CEO Jonathan Reckford answer questions during a 2018 Habitat build project in Indiana.

Seven life-changing virtues, from the CEO of Habitat for Humanity

Fall 2019
"Our Better Angels," includes a foreword by former President Jimmy Carter.
Cover of the spring 2022 Carolina Arts & Sciences features Nikki Salazar, an undergraduate student, in Barcelona, Spain.

Inside This Issue

Re-opening the World: Study Abroad's COVID playbook. ALSO INSIDE: Pollution-cleaning plastics. Tackling tough subjects. Pandemic parallels. Click on the magazine cover to view a reader-friendly flipbook.

Letter From the Dean

It is bittersweet for me to realize that this is my last dean’s message for Carolina Arts & Sciences as I prepare to retire at the end of the semester, wrapping up 35 wonderful years of service to UNC-Chapel Hill.

Edie Summey scuba diving

Give to Carolina

John Summey and his late wife, Edie, knew they wanted to help students succeed for generations to come. As lifelong adventurists, they endowed two scholarships to support undergraduate Honors students and study abroad. "We greatly valued the high quality of education we received and the experiences we had at Carolina," John said.

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