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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.

A row of packed books in a lined bookshelf, with colorful spines of the books present.

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.

Wilson Library books

Bookmark this: More books by College faculty and alumni (spring 2019) Spring 2019

Update your bookshelf with these new works by College faculty and alumni

Harvey Milk panel discussion

New book tracks public shift toward LGBTQ politicians Spring 2019

Andrew Reynolds explores the power of individuals like Milk in effecting social change and, in turn, public policy, in The Children of Harvey Milk: How LGBTQ Politicians Changed the World (Oxford University Press, 2018)

Image shows a wooden plate with an open book on it and a pair of glasses sitting on it. Beside the book is a flowered tea cup. A white vase pitcher sits behind the plate with purple and white flowers in it.

Curl up with a good book: New reads by College faculty and alumni (fall 2018) Fall 2018

Curl up with a good book: Enjoy new reads by College faculty and alumni, published this fall.

Nadia Yaqub with her books, "Palestinian Cinema in the Days of the Revolution" and "Bad Girls of the Arab World"

New book examines political filmmaking during the Palestinian revolution Fall 2018

Nadia Yaqub’s Palestinian Cinema in the Days of Revolution (University of Texas Press) traces Palestinian political filmmaking from the late 1960s to the early 1980s.

Evana Bodiker in the Music Library Glass Room in Wilson Library.

“Blue Morpho” Spring 2018

Evana Bodiker is a senior pursuing majors in English and religious studies and a minor in creative writing. “Blue Morpho” is one of the poems featured in her new poetry collection, Ephemera.


photo of open books with a cup of coffee on a table and flowers surrounding the books and coffee

Explore more: New books by College faculty and alumni Spring 2018

Looking for new books for your bookshelf? Explore these new books by faculty and alumni of the College of Arts & Sciences.


Collage of recent faculty and alumni book covers

Respect your (book)shelf: New books by College faculty and alumni (fall 2017) Fall 2017

Carolina faculty and alumni make headlines year-round with their award-winning publications: here is a list of new reads from fall 2017 that will show your bookshelf you care.


Dana Coen, director of the Writing for the Screen and Stage program, says a new book featuring former students’ one-act plays gives readers “an opportunity to visit the minds of young creatives” at UNC

New book celebrates UNC student playwrights Fall 2017

Dana Coen, director of UNC’s Writing for the Screen and Stage minor in the department of communication, recently discussed the program and Twenty-Five Short Plays: Selected Works from The University of North Carolina Long Story Shorts Festival, 2011-2015, published by UNC Press in September.


"Life Pig" book cover

Green Thought Spring 2017

Green Thought is a poem by Alan Shapiro from his new book, Life Pig.


open books next to stacks of books

Expand your library: More books by College faculty and alumni (spring 2017) Spring 2017

Explore a list of books written by College faculty and alumni.


Kurt Gray and Daniel Wegner

Welcome to the Mind Club Fall 2016

UNC psychology and neuroscience assistant professor Kurt Gray and co-author Daniel Wegner’s new book is “The Mind Club: Who Thinks, What Feels, and Why it Matters” (Penguin Group, 2016). Gray and the late Harvard University psychology professor discuss what it means to have a mind and who (or what) belongs in “the mind club.”


A hand turns a page on a book

Turn the Page: More books by College faculty and alumni Fall 2016

More books by College faculty and alumni for fall 2016.