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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.
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.
U of A's Asian Studies Program Hosts Webcast of the 2019 China Town Hall, Nov. 18
The Asian Studies Program will broadcast the webcast of the 13th annual China Town Hall and host a discussion to follow from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18 in Old Main 201, Giffels Auditorium.
Symposium on the U.S. and China Trade War
The symposium brings together scholars to examine questions about the trade war between the United States and China. The symposium will be on Thursday, Sept. 19, in Gearhart Hall 258.
Four University of Arkansas Students Named 2019 Fulbright Scholars
Two seniors and two graduate students have been awarded Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards for the upcoming academic year.
Anthropologist of Religion and Politics to Discuss Rethinking of Islam in Indonesia, April 23
Nur Amali Ibrahim of Indiana University will give a lecture titled "Liberal Islam: Religious Play in Post‐Authoritarian Indonesia" at 5 p.m. Monday, April 23, in Chemistry Building 144.
Asian Studies Hosts One-Day Symposium, 'From Bactrian Camels to the Belt Road,' April 13
The Asian Studies Program will host a one-day symposium entitled "From Bactrian Camels to the Belt Road—Historical and Contemporary Ruminations on China's Westward Pivot" from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, April 13.
The symposium offers historical and contemporary ruminations on China's westward pivot and will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Gearhart Hall, room 258.
Professor Co-Hosts Conversation on the Rise of China and Challenges to the Global Order
Ka Zeng, professor of political science, will lead a discussion on the implications of the rise of China for the global order from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 10, at the Fayetteville Public Library.
Historian Presents Research on Japanese Tea Exports, Muslim China and Expanding Markets
Kelly A. Hammond will present "Hot Commodity: Japanese Tea Exports During World War II, Expanding Markets in the Muslim World, and Muslim interlocutors" at the next Humanities Faculty Colloquium Series Friday, Nov. 10.