Oswaldo Estrada writes about historical and present-day Latin American experiences.
For Gabrielle Calvocoressi, poems are gateways to other worlds to explore emotions, identity, and the past.
Erin Siegal McIntyre uses traditional journalism, historical research, and photography to investigate the roots of international human rights abuses.
From student loan debt to rock ‘n’ roll, Carolina faculty discuss recent book projects and the research that went into them.
Héctor Aizpurúa, Jr. recounts his journey from remedial English classes to writing his honors thesis on the musical traditions of the displaced people of the Panama Canal.
Molly English uses fiber arts to illustrate the history of women’s labor.
Ken Tianyuan Ge studies the labor and capitalism of musicians on cruise ships.
Denise “Dee” Yookong Williams uses art to help LGBTQ youth and youth of color process their experiences around suicide.
Daniel Johnson uses his research on mental health in the military to effect policy change at the national level.
Bailey Benson’s unconventional cookbook guides readers through much more than recipes.