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Explore the Spiro Mounds With U of A's Archaeology, 3D Virtual Reality Team, April 26-27
Arkansas Stories series continues April 26-27 with story-telling and 3D immersive VR experiences centered on a pivotal Native American site.
Explore the Spiro Mounds With U of A's Archaeology, 3D Virtual Reality Team
Multi-Sensory Musical Project 'Monajat' Performed at Stella Boyle Concert Hall March 28
"Monajat," singer Galeet Dardashti's most recent multi-sensory piece, will be performed at the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 28.
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.
U of A Professor Wins Prestigious Whiting Foundation Fellowship
Poet Geffrey Davis is the first University of Arkansas professor to win this highly-selective grant, to support On the Row: Prison Story Project.
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.
Award-Winning Film on Controversial Pakistani Physicist to Screen March 7
The documentary explores the legacy of Nobel Prize-winning Pakistani physicist Abdus Salam, with a director’s talk to follow the screening.
'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.
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.
Spruill to Present 'Women's Rights, Family Values and the Polarization of American Politics' Sept. 12
Marjorie J. Spruill, professor emerita at the University of South Carolina, will present "Women's Rights, Family Values and the Polarization of American Politics" at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in Giffel's Auditorium.