Monday, January 12, 2015

Community Education

One of the best ways to introduce people to the many resources available in our collection is through public presentations and workshops in local communities.  Highlights from this past fall include programs in Durham, Chatham, and Alamance County, NC, as well as an academic presentation in San Diego featuring the Religion in NC project.

Images from our recent program for the Humanities Program at the Durham County Library:

As we enter 2015 our project continues its emphasis on community education.  In the coming month, Religion in NC will be at the following locations:

January 20 - 12:00p  "Lunch Sandwiched In" Group, Thornton Memorial Library (Oxford, NC)
February 9 - 6:00p     Graham Public Library (Graham, NC)

Come out to see us!

Better yet, consider having us visit your public library, religious organization, or community group.  Contact Ken Woo, Doctoral Fellow for Research and Education, to schedule a presentation.

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