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U of A Humanities Center Announces New Round of Grant Recipients
Recipients for its second round of fall funding competitions include Alison Place, Manuel Olmedo Gobante, Valandra, Neba Evans, and Guillermo Pupo Pernet.
Middle East Studies Forum to Discuss Anti-Black Racism in the Middle East, Today
The King Fahd Center for Middle East Studies will host "Anti-Black Racism in the Middle East," a forum featuring regional experts and Middle East Studies faculty, at 11 a.m. today, Oct. 26, via Zoom.
Middle East Studies Forum to Discuss Anti-Black Racism in the Middle East, Oct. 26
Samaher AlDhamin, Alshaatha Alsharji and Ted Swedenburg will interrogate constructions and understandings of blackness, race and culture in the Arab World in this panel moderated by Mohja Kahf.
Middle East Discussion Group to Meet Virtually for Fall 2020
Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to participate in Majlis, a weekly informal discussion group on the Middle East. Discussion is open to anyone interested in the Middle East and North Africa.
Doctoral Student in Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies Receives Humanities Award
Samual McMillen, doctoral candidate in the comparative literature and cultural studies, has received a 2020 James J. Hudson Doctoral Award in the Humanities from the Graduate School.
U of A's Mohja Kahf Wins Poetry Book Award
Mohja Kahf, a professor of English was recently named the winner of the 2020 Press 53 Award for Poetry for her manuscript, My Lover Feeds Me Grapefruit.
U of A Scholars at Risk Committee Hosts Suchi Karim as 2019 Guest Lecturer
Shuchi Karim, a scholar in Gender and International Development from Bangladesh, will lecture at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education in the Arkansas Union.
Latin American Expert to Speak on the Politics of Female Genocide in Mexico
Gareth Williams of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, will present his lecture, "2666, or the Novel of Force." The lecture will be held from 4-5:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at Mullins Library, Room 104.
English Doctoral Candidate Wins 2019 Hudson Doctoral Award in the Humanities
Luis Paganelli Marin, doctoral candidate with the Department of English, has been awarded this year's Hudson Doctoral Award in the Humanities by the Graduate School and International Education.
Bilingual Community Celebration Examines 'Zapata's Legacy Today' at Pryor Center on April 6
The celebration will feature music and folksongs, games and crafts for children, food and fun at the Pryor Center from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 6.