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UNC-Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC United States

September 2019

Webinar: Information on the Learning through Languages High School Research Symposium

September 23, 2019 | 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
UNC-Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC United States + Google Map

  uncJoin us September 23 for a webinar to learn more about how teachers can get student teams involved in the Learning through Languages High School Symposium, held December 5 at UNC Chapel Hill. Team applications are due in October, and those wanting to find out more details can register for the webinar using this form. In this research competition, NC world language high school students will have the opportunity to showcase their language, research, and presentation skills in a scholarly environment.…

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October 2019

Performance: Munni Begum Ghazal and Qawwali

October 11, 2019 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
UNC-Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC United States + Google Map

Join world-renowned vocalist Munni Begum for a live concert, SHAAM-E GHAZAL (an evening of song). Munni Begum is a Pakistani ghazal singer. She began her career as a singer in Karachi in the 1970s and released her first album of ghazals in 1976. For information, contact Afroz Taj at 919-999-8192 or taj@unc.edu. Sponsored by the Carolina Asia Center with funding from The UNC Performing Arts Special Activities Fund and the South Asia Faculty Working Group. Hanes Art Center Auditorium UNC Chapel…

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