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How Protest Works

October 24, 2017

“Do protests and social movements matter? Do they really bring about change?” asks CURS Faculty Fellow Kenneth “Andy” Andrews, professor and chair of sociology at UNC-Chapel Hill, in the October 21, 2017 New York Times Sunday Review. “Answering this question … Continued

Lessons From Ferguson About Rights, Race and Place

September 16, 2014

September 8, 2014 A panel discussion at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Wilson Library brought together experts from a variety of academic disciplines to explore the recent violence in Ferguson, Missouri. “Lessons From Ferguson About Rights, Race and … Continued

Dr. Nina Martin, CURS 2013-14 Scholar-in-Residence

April 26, 2013

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Nina Martin from the Geography and Global Studies departments is our Scholar-in-Residence for 2013-14. Dr. Martin will use this opportunity to develop grant proposals for her research on the political advocacy work of migrant … Continued