The Magic Of Animation: Movies On The Radio
NC State film professor Marsha Gordon discusses our favorite animated movies with Movies on the Radio host Frank Stasio and Laura Boyes, film curator at the NC Museum of Art.
Laura Severin Named Head, Department of English
NC State’s Department of English will welcome Laura Severin as head, effective January 1, 2018. Severin takes over from Tony Harrison, who will return to the faculty after serving as head with energy and distinction for 11 years.
Belle Boggs: The Art of Waiting
Belle Boggs discusses her book, "The Art of Waiting" with D.G. Martin, host of WUNC-TV's Bookwatch. Boggs directs NC State's MFA in Creative Writing program.
Movies On The Radio: Witches, Wizards, And Warlocks
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon discusses the lasting legacy of witches, wizards and warlocks in the movies.
Blade Runner’s Chillingly Prescient Vision of the Future
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon writes about the film "Blade Runner" and its chillingly prescient vision of the future in this Arts and Culture column in "The Conversation."
Movies On The Radio: Movies Set In School Offer Rebellion And Redemption
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon discusses the best school movies on this month's 'Movies on the Radio' with WUNC-FM host Frank Stasio.
Spewing Venom And Mingling With Humans: What Movies Get Wrong About Dinosaurs
NC State film studies professor Marsha Gordon joins several NC State paleontologists on this radio broadcast about dinosaur depictions in the movies, and how accurate information on the screen can help bridge the gap between scientists and the public.
The sound of inclusion: Why teachers’ words matter
NC State's Language and Life Project provides videos and podcasts about language that can help teachers learn how to respond to students who speak differently and avoid cultural and linguistic bias.
Movies on the Radio: Vacation Films
The most compelling vacation films may be those that show characters another side of themselves. NC State's film studies prof Marsha Gordon discusses vacation films on WUNC-FM's "Movies on the Radio" program.
Sampling DNA From a 1,000-Year-Old Illuminated Manuscript
NC State English Prof Tim Stinson looks to animal DNA to discover how book production changed over time. Early manuscripts were likely made up of related animals from the same herd. But as book-producing guilds sprang up in cities, parchment arrived from all over.