Fall 2015

Making Rice and Peas: Jennifer Ho Discusses Food, Identity and Family

Jennifer Ho is an associate professor and director of graduate studies in the department of English and comparative literature, whose research and teaching interests include Asian- and multi-ethnic American literature and racial identity. Her most recent book, "Racial Ambiguity in Asian American Culture" (Rutgers University Press), was published this past spring.

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Digital archive captures mill town’s heyday

When Gastonia's iconic Loray/Firestone mill was being redeveloped, UNC's Digital Innovation Lab was on hand to help preserve and present the history of the mill and the people associated with it. Digital Loray is the largest digital humanities project ever undertaken by the University.

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