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Gender Studies Director Publishes New Book, 'Black Feelings: Race and Affect in the Long Sixties'
Lisa M. Corrigan, associate professor of communication, has written a new book about the ways the black liberation movement confronted ideologies of progress and equality through emotional discourse.
Deadline Extended for Whiting Foundation Public Engagement Fellowship and Seed Grant Proposals
The Humanities Program in the Fulbright College invites proposals from faculty in traditional humanities departments who embrace public engagement as part of the scholarly vocation. Apply by June 1.
Touré F. Reed to Deliver History's Donovan Lecture on 'Woke Neoliberalism'
Illinois State University's Touré F. Reed will present "Woke Neoliberalism: The Conservative Implications of Liberal Race Reductionism" as the Timothy Donovan Lecturer at 7 p.m. March 2 in Giffels Auditorium.
'Art Ventures @ FPAC' Brings Black History Salon to Campus
'Art Ventures @ FPAC' will present U of A's Caree Banton for a lecture, "Black Artists and the White Gaze," on Monday, Feb. 24. at the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
Honors College Lecture to Explore the Political Side of Intimacy
Lisa Corrigan, associate professor and director of the Gender Studies Program, will present a public lecture on how intimacy has shaped politics through history.
Call for Proposals: Whiting Foundation Public Engagement Fellowships and Seed Grants
The Humanities Program invites faculty in the humanities programs to apply for The Whiting Foundation's Public Engagement Fellowship or its Public Engagement Seed Grant by Friday, April 17.
African and African American Studies Program Graduate Fellowship Applications Open
The African and African American Studies Program iwill award several Graduate Fellowships of up to $3,000 each to support graduate research and scholarly engagement in the program.
One Book, One Community Initiative Hosts Free Screening of 'Just Mercy' Feb. 6
The U of A's One Book, One Community initiative is sponsoring a free screening of Just Mercy at the AMC Theater at Fiesta Square in Fayetteville at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.
African and African American Studies Fall Lecturer Kiese Laymon to Give Reading Nov. 7
Kiese Laymon, a Black southern writer from Jackson, Mississippi and winner of the 2019 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction will give a reading of his work at 6 p.m. Nov. 7.
American Historical Association Honors Fulbright College's Calvin White Jr. with 2019 Equity Award
Calvin White Jr., associate professor of history and associate dean of humanities in Fulbright College, has been awarded the 2019 Equity Award by the American Historical Association.