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Blair Center Conference to Mark 100th Anniversary of Elaine Riot
The Blair Center for Southern Politics and Society is sponsoring a conference, "Elaine at 100," on Sept. 26-27 at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock.
Lecture: 'Towards a Theory-Practice of Queer Conocimiento'
AnaLouise Keating of Texas Woman's University will give a lecture titled "Towards a Theory-Practice of Queer Conocimiento: Anzaldúan Insights for Transformation," at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 30 in J.B. Hunt 216.
Kathryn Sloan, Director of Humanities, Named Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Kathryn Sloan, director of humanities and professor of history, will become the next vice provost for faculty affairs at the University of Arkansas, effective Oct. 1.
Graduate Student Will Teague to Speak at Mullins Library Oct. 10
Will Teague, a doctoral candidate in history, will present "Deportation as Diplomacy: Carter and the US-Iranian Relationship" at 5 p.m. Oct. 10 in the Special Collections reading room.
Spring 2020 Honors College Retro Readings to Explore Secret Rituals and the Logistics of Science
In Honors College Retro Readings courses, students from all colleges tackle classic texts from a contemporary, multidisciplinary point of view.
Museum to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at Fayetteville Public Library
The University of Arkansas Museum will feature Central and South American materials at the Fayetteville Public Library from 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Historian Publishes New Book on Legacy of J. William Fulbright
Professor Alessandro Brogi, the book's lead co-editor, along with the book's authors, including Distinguished Professor Randall Woods, bring a fresh international perspective to their evaluation of Fulbright.
International and Global Studies Students Participate in State Department Internships
Two students in Fulbright College — Maya Ungar and Jacob Condran — were recently placed in highly competitive internships with the U.S. State Department.
Historian Publishes New Book on Race and Identity in Atlantic World
Professor Caree Banton examines the Afro-Barbadians and provides a transatlantic approach to understanding the political and sociocultural consequences of their migration and settlement in Africa.
Department of History forms New Partnership with Accelerate Student Achievement Program
The Department of History and the Accelerate Student Achievement Program cemented a new partnership this summer to help first-generation and Pell-eligible students from the Arkansas Delta.