Collection Title: Institute for the Arts and Humanities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill Records, 2000
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||Ruel W. Tyson, a white professor of Religious Studies, and Gilian T. Cell, a white
dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, established the Program for the Arts and
Humanities in 1987. In 1989, the program became the Institute for Arts and Humanities.
The institute aims to empower and support faculty by fostering community and cultivating
leadership. The records include files on the Program in Social Theory and on Public
Ethics. Acquired as part of University Archives.
||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Institute for the Arts and Humanities.
||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives.
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Encoded by: Laura Smith
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