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Preserving stories for future generations: UNC professor William Ferris wins two Grammy Awards


The pinnacle of many academic careers arrives with a Nobel Prize recognition in Sweden, but for William Ferris, that highlight moment came in California. Ferris, the Joel R. Williamson eminent professor emeritus of history, won two Grammy awards Sunday in Los Angeles. Ferris’ box set “Voices of Mississippi” won best historical album and best album notes. (UNC.edu)

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