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University Libraries Host Cherokee Language Expert
Candessa Tehee will present “Creating a Safe Space for Cherokee Language Learning” at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 6, in the Mullins Library.
Last Chance to View "Whispers from Another Time":Photographs by Cathy D. Padgett
Padgett has lived in Arkansas for 45 years and her work is on display at Mullins Library until Thursday.
University Libraries Special Collections Featured at Diplomacy Summit
Angel Fritz, interim head of Special Collections, will speak about J. William Fulbright's legacy at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 31, at the Gilcrease Museum in downtown Tulsa.
Special Collections Awarded Largest Grant in Department's History
University Libraries Special Collections Department will utilize nearly $74,000 in grant funds to process the James D. Bales papers.
Learn About Digital Storytelling, Oral Histories, and Reaching Underrepresented Groups
Elena Foulis will speak on "Latin@ Stories Across Ohio: Oral History in the Digital Era," at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 3, in the Walton Reading Room in Mullins Library.
Nation's Largest Collection of Ozark Folksongs Featured in Video: 'Preserving Ozark Voices'
The Ozark Folk Collection, originally compiled by a University of Arkansas professor and her students from 1949 to 1965, includes more than 4,500 recordings.
Martha Parker Provides Examples of How Communal Networks Help Retain People of Color in Academia
Martha Parker, digital services librarian at the University of Arkansas Libraries, contributed to Where are all the Librarians of Color? The Experiences of People of Color in Academia.
University Libraries Celebrate Chinese New Year Today
In celebration of the Chinese New Year today, Feb. 8, the University of Arkansas Libraries presents a virtual book display of popular, literary Chinese titles and a physical display in the lobby of Mullins.
Libraries and Walton College Team Up for Popular Reading Initiative
On the Walton Readers Spotlight, business librarian Jonathan Torres interviews Sam M. Walton College of Business faculty and staff about books that have inspired them.
Native Arkansan Brings Mixed Media Works to Mullins Library
Part of the University Libraries' Black History Month programming, the colorful and engaging show highlights scenes of African American life in the south.