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African and African American Studies Program Graduate Fellows Research Symposium
The African and African American Studies Program hosts the 2019 Graduate Fellows Research Symposium from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 17, at Memorial Hall 230.
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.
'Re-Remembering Zapata' Lecture and Exhibit Opening at Pryor Center April 4
An international photo exhibit celebrating the life of Mexican icon Emiliano Zapata will be on display April 4-15 in the atrium of The Pryor Center. A public lecture and reception will take place Thursday, April 4.
U of A Exhibit Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Emiliano Zapata's Death, April 4-15
The Mexican revolutionary and a symbol of resistance and hope is the focal point of an exhibit and events April 4-15 examining his legacy.
U of A Exhibit Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Emiliano Zapata's Death
The Mexican revolutionary and a symbol of resistance and hope is the focal point of an exhibit and events in April examining his legacy.
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.
Libraries Process Cold Case Collection; Donor to Give Book Talk Saturday
Alumna Beth Brickell will talk about her investigation into the 1957 disappearance of Maud Crawford and her research materials, newly processed by Special Collections.
Gendering Dark Age Jesus: Humanities Research Colloquium Features Lynda Coon
Lynda Coon, professor of history and dean of the Honors College, will discuss her book project "Dark Age Jesus" during a colloquium at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 14, in the Carnall Inn classroom.
Historian Wins National Fellowship
Sarah Rodriguez, assistant professor in the Department of History, has been awarded a highly competitive Huntington Library Fellowship including a $50,000 award.
Johnson to Present on Mothers, the Klan and the Massive Resistance Movement
Michele 'Scout' Johnson will present "Mothers of Intention: The Road to a Dissertation Lies through Special Collections" at 4 p.m. Thursday, March 7, in the Special Collections Reading Room.