Join the Department of English & Comparative Literature for a Celebration of 225 years of Rhetoric, Writing, Film and Literature at Carolina!
All events are remote.
You can now register for all events for free directly through our website.
Thursday, Sept 9
Meet our New Fiction Writing Professor, Gabriel Bump
“That’s Enough Culture for One Day”: A Book Club Discussion of Everywhere You Don’t Belong with author Gabriel Bump hosted by Daniel Wallace
Thursday, Sept 16
Hear UNC’s talented student poets and converse with our published authors!
An Evening with Creative Writing at Carolina: Poets’ Speak Out 225 & A Salon with Creative Writing Professors
Thursday, Sept 23
Learn about the first Latina/o Program in the Southeast!
“The UNC Latina/o Studies Program: Past Present and Future. 22 Years of Culture and Exploration at UNC Chapel Hill with Conversation/Charla”
Tuesday, Oct 5
Experience Film Studies at UNC!
“Spellbinding: The Cinematic Virtuosity of Barry Jenkins” Discussion of The Underground Railroad episodes + Discussion with Joi McMillon (editor) and Onnalee Blank (supervising sound editor)
Thursday, Oct 7
Hear about the engaging work of ECL undergraduate majors!
What does it mean to be an E(nglish) and C(omparative) L(iterature) major today?
Thursday, Oct 14
You can go home again! Take a virtual class with a favorite prof.
Back to the Classroom!
Trudier Harris, “Are We Literate Yet? Adventures in Education, Politics, and Culture”
Thursday, Oct 28
Thomas Wolfe Lecture, Frank Bruni
Friday, Oct 29
Jill McCorkle, “Ambiguity”
Friday, Oct 29