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University Professors to Discuss Work of Fay Jones on Nov. 3 at Fayetteville Public Library
Professors Greg Herman and David Fredrick will discuss "Fay Jones's Home: A House of the Ozarks" at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fayetteville Public Library, 401 W. Mountain St.
Levine to Lecture on Jews and Greeks in Ancient Egypt and the Alexandrian Library, Oct. 14
Professor Daniel B. Levine will present his research on the second-century B.C.E. Greek "Letter of Aristeas," the earliest text that mentions the Alexandrian Library, at 6 p.m. Monday in GEAR 26.
Medieval Latin Reading Group Resumes
The Medieval Latin Reading Group will resume this semester, meeting at noon every Friday in Kimpel Hall 713, "The Library." Lunch will be provided.
U of A Classical Studies Students Triumph at National Convention
Four U of A students won the national Certamen Classics College Quiz Bowl, and one student on the team was elected president of Eta Sigma Phi, the Classics Honorary Society.
'A House of the Ozarks'; New 'Short Talks' Explores Arkansas' Most Important Architect
Greg Herman, a professor of architecture and director of the Fay and Gus Jones House Stewardship, talks about the renowned architect and his work in the latest episode of Short Talks From the Hill.
U of A Hosts Symposium About England and Europe Centuries Before Brexit
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program will host a day-long symposium titled "No Island is an Island: The Circulation of English Books and People in Pre-modern Europe" Thursday, March 28.