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'A View from the Ridge' Features Native American Family's Complex History
A Faulkner Center event showcases readings from Mary Kathryn Nagle’s play Sovereignty, along with an expert-led conversation on Feb. 18.
History Professor Kelly Hammond to Present a Global View of Fascism
Assistant professor Kelly Hammond will preview an Honors College Signature Seminar she will teach in fall 2019 with a lecture at 5:15 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, in Gearhart Hall Auditorium.
History Department Awards and Scholarships Competition: Applications Due March 1
The Department of History of the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences seeks applications for its annual scholarship and awards competition. Application materials must be submitted by March 1.
U of A Doctoral Student One of Seven to Win Future Leaders Award
Arley Ward’s commitment to academic and civic resonponsibility led to his selection from nearly 200 nominees for this award.
Libraries Present Graduate Student Speaker Sarah Riva Next
Doctoral candidate Sarah Riva will present "Overthinking the Dissertation: One Grad Student's Story of the Research Process" at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, in the Special Collections reading room.
U of A Historians Win Major National Bruno Nettl Book Prize
Professors Elizabeth Markham and Rembrandt Wolpert of the Department of History received the 2018 Bruno Nettl Prize for an outstanding publication on the history of ethnomusicology.
Libraries Present Graduate Student Speaker Jama Grove Next
Jama Grove will offer a lecture Nov. 15 about early Arkansas research that questioned the use of DDT. Sarah Riva will talk about students involved in the civil rights struggle on Dec. 6.
Historian Publishes New Book on Forgotten Founding Father
James Gigantino, associate professor of history, explores howe New Jersey's first governor, William Livingston, experienced the American Revolution in a new book.
Lecture to Discuss Boundaries, Bridges of Medieval Mediterranean Language, Tonight
Karla Mallette, professor of Italian and Mediterranean studies at the University of Michigan, will give a lecture at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, in Gearhart Hall (GEAR) Room 26.
Lecture to Discuss Boundaries, Bridges of Medieval Mediterranean Language, Sept. 20
University of Michigan's Karla Mallette will give a lecture titled "Lives of the Great Languages: Arabic, Latin and the Mediterranean Lingua Franca" at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 20 in Gearhart Hall Room 26.