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Lecture on 'The Lesbian South' by University of Mississippi's Jaime Harker
Jaime Harker of the University of Mississippi will discuss her new book, The Lesbian South at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, in Kimpel Hall 214.
Ghosts Aren't Just for Halloween: Roberts Publishes 'Subversive Spirits'
Author Robin Roberts, professor of English and gender studies, has published a book on the impact of female ghosts in British and American popular culture.
Visiting Writer in Translation to Present a Public Reading Oct. 25
Curtis Bauer, the 2018-19 Walton Visiting Writer in Translation, will give a free public reading of his work at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, in the Graduate Education Building auditorium.
Special Collections Hosts Event for Frank Stanford Literary Festival
Special Collections department will host a drop-in event from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, in the Special Collections Reading Room in Mullins Library.
Join University Housing for the Fifth Annual Life Raft Debate
Cast your vote for which academic department is most crucial when rebuilding after the apocalypse at the fifth annual Life Raft Debate, 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, in the Law School courtroom.
U of A's Arkansas International Literary Journal Hosts Benefit Concert
The biannual literary journal’s Sept. 14 concert will feature old-time musician, singer-songwriter and M.F.A. graduate Willi Carlisle.
Crowdfunding Pitches as Genre Writing
Adam Pope, visiting assistant professor of English, says successful campaigns go beyond an initial pitch, expanding with a steady stream of updates in various media, crafting an experience for donors.
Arkansas Committee to Examine State's Incarceration Practices, Policies
Four University of Arkansas faculty members serve on the Arkansas Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights with regard to incarceration rates in the state.
Arts and Humanities Seed Fund Recipients Announced
Funded projects are intended to enrich the research and professional growth of the faculty member and the university, and result in new opportunities for research and other creative endeavors.
English Doctoral Student Receives AAUW Fellowship
Leila Sadegh Beigi, a doctoral candidate in English, has received one of the prestigious American Association of University Women Dissertation Fellowships for 2018-19.