Celebrating a Century of Excellence: The University of North Carolina Press Turns 100, Part Two

2022 marks the one hundred year anniversary of the founding of the University of North Carolina Press. This second blog post of a series of five is taken from an essay on the history of UNC Press written by Advancement Council member the Rev. David C. (Kirk) Brown, first delivered to the Pen and Plate Club of… Continue Reading Celebrating a Century of Excellence: The University of North Carolina Press Turns 100, Part Two

Interview: Alice Fahs on the roles and work of early female journalists

An interview with Alice Fahs, author of ‘Out on Assignment: Newspaper Women and the Making of Modern Public Space.’ Continue Reading Interview: Alice Fahs on the roles and work of early female journalists

The History of the Book: The Long and Short of It

The Wall Street Journal‘s got a breezy and abbreviated history of the book all wrapped up in this entertaining six-minute video. Check it out: A fun, snappy little glimpse at a four-hundred-year history, no? But if you want the full history of books in America in all its juicy detail, you can find it in… Continue Reading The History of the Book: The Long and Short of It