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History Doctoral Candidate Wins Smithsonian Institution Fellowship
Graduate student Michael Shane Powers recently completed a month tenure as a Baird Society Resident Scholar Fellow at the Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
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.
Second Fulbright Student Wins Hudson Award
Graduate student Nathaniel Conley has won a James J. Hudson Doctoral Fellowship in the Humanities for the 2017-18 academic year.
University of Arkansas Student Chosen as James Madison Fellow
Fellowship for graduate study is awarded to current or future teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary level.
Historian Publishes Book on Suicide and Modernity in Mexico
Kathryn Sloan, associate dean in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, has published a cultural and social history of suicide in early 20th century Mexico with the University of California Press.
History Professor Wins Fellowship
Kelly Hammond, assistant professor of history, was awarded a highly competitive Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Historian Finesses Spanish Hegemony in Early Modern European History
Fulbright College's Humanities Faculty Colloquium Series continues with a presentation by professor Freddy Dominguez titled "Adventures in Writing a 'New' Political History of Early Modern Europe."
'Minoan Women, Matriarchy, and Revolt' Public Lecture April 19
John G. Younger, an author and professor at the University of Kansas, will talk about the Minoan culture and revolution against a female-dominated society at 7 p.m. April 19 in GRAD 166.
Stigler Lecture Features Whitney Battle-Baptiste on Black Feminist Archaeology April 11
Whitney Battle-Baptiste's lecture, "Moving Mountains and Liberating Dialogues: My Journey Toward Creating a Black Feminist Archaeology," will be at 6 tonight.
Ethnomusicologist Frederick Lau to Give Talk on Chinese Culture for Asian Studies Speaker Series
Frederick Lau of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa will give the 2017 Mulberry-Leaf Lecture at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 13, in the Human Environmental Sciences Building (HOEC) Room 102.