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Kinsey Speaks on African American Art, Culture and History This Evening
Bernard W. Kinsey, founder of world-renowned The Kinsey Collection, will speak at at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, in Giffels Auditorium in Old Main.
Journalism Professor Wins Dissertation Award
Rob Wells, assistant professor at the Walter J. Lemke Department of Journalism, won an endowed award for his doctoral dissertation on the history and problems with business journalism.
Fahad Tasleem to Give Talk, 'Jesus: Embodiment of Islamic Spirituality,' Talk April 1
The Muslim Students Association hosts Fahad Tasleem at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 1, in J.B. Hunt 216. Tasleem will discuss how Jesus is one of the most notable and influential prophets in Islam.
Russia-Eurasia Student Organization Hosts Lecture on Putin April 3
The Russia-Eurasia Student Organization hosts Masha Gessen at 6 p.m. Monday, April 3, in Old Main's Giffels Auditorium. She will lecture on "What Vladimir Putin Can Teach Us About Donald Trump."
U of A Hosts Students From Six High Schools for Chemistry German Immersion Day
Students spent the day at the Fayetteville campus conducting chemistry experiments in German.
Murniati's research tells the stories of the 'forgotten'
Tri Murniati, a doctoral student in comparative literature and cultural studies program, is using her research to tell the stories of Indonesian domestic workers.
Panel to Address Recent Immigration Bans
A discussion, titled "Exiles, Immigrants, and Refugees: People With Rights Not Just Needs," will take place at noon Wednesday, March 15, in Reynolds Auditorium, Donald W. Reynolds Center for Expertise Development.
UA Press Author Kenneth Barnes Wins Ragsdale Award
Anti-Catholicism in Arkansas wins Arkansas Historical Association’s award for best book on Arkansas history.
Lee Bebout Talks Dynamics of White Desire at English Department Event March 9
Bebout's lecture, titled "Deep in the Heart of Whiteness: White Desire, Country Music, and the Political Potential of Love," will be Thursday, March 9.
Free Public Reading With Acclaimed Translator Clare Cavanagh
Scholar and author Clare Cavanagh is the 2016-17 Walton Visiting Writer in Translation, and will give a free public reading at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 7.