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Mapping the Natural State: Arkansans Making and Using Maps
An exhibit at University Libraries titled Mapping the Natural State: Arkansans Making and Using Maps features maps of Arkansas, as well as maps drawn by Arkansans. The exhibit is up until Sept. 7.
University Libraries Complete Largest Digital Collection to Date
The Arkansas Extension Circulars have been digitized and are now available online.
Perceived Composer, Author Intent Influences Experience of Music, Poetry
Research shows empathy for a perceived artist affects enjoyment and that listeners want their music happy but their poetry sad.
U of A Music Professor Publishes First Collection on Korean Art Song in United States
Moon-Sook Park, an assistant professor of music, has just co-authored a two-volume work on Korean Art Song with her colleague and former student, You-Seong Kim of North Park University.
Professor Explores Gender Identity in Post-Conflict Societies
Erika Almenara studies the aftermath of human rights abuses in Peru and in Chile, particularly as they affect gender identity. Read more about her research in the Field Notes section of Research Frontiers.
"This Is Hunger" Interactive Exhibit to Visit Downtown Fayetteville in July
The visit is part of a collaboration between MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger and the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative.
Summer Stipends Pave Way for Humanities Research Around the World
Five humanities scholars in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences competed for and earned $5,000 summer stipends to engage in research abroad and/or writing respites.
University Libraries Digitize Southland Papers
A new digital exhibit is now available for viewing on the University Libraries' website tells the story of the first institution of higher learning west of the Mississippi River for African-Americans.
Fulbright College Faculty Members Honored at Retirement Reception
After more than 236 years of combined service, six Fulbright College faculty members are retiring following the successful completion of their final academic year.
Jeff Shannon to Present Shadow Patterns at Two Arkansas Events
U of A professor will discuss new book about renowned Arkansas architect Fay Jones at Arkansas Arts Center, Fayetteville Public Library