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Middle East Studies Forum to Discuss Developments, Protests in Iran on Jan. 23
Shirin Saeidi and Mohammad Tabaar, experts in Iranian studies, will give lectures that look at the escalation of tension between Iran and the United States and the impact on regional politics.
Fall 2019 Peace Corps Prep Certificate Recipients
Natalie Friend and Lane Justus completed all the program requirements and earned their certificates this semester
U of A Scholars at Risk Committee Hosts Suchi Karim as 2019 Guest Lecturer
Shuchi Karim, a scholar in Gender and International Development from Bangladesh, will lecture at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education in the Arkansas Union.
Ibrahim to Discuss Egypt's Coptic Christians in Guest Lecture Tonight
Vivian Ibrahim of the University of Mississippi will give a lecture titled "Awlad al-Balad or Minority: Revisiting the 'Coptic Question'" at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4, in Gearhart Hall Room 26.
Jessica Abughattas Named Winner of 2020 Etel Adnan Poetry Prize
Abughattas, a Kundiman Fellow who lives in Los Angeles, earns a $1,000 prize for her poetry collection.
Hazbun to Discuss Political Insecurity in the Middle East, Tonight
Political scientist Waleed Hazbun will give a talk on political insecurity in the Middle East following U.S. intervention at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16, in Kimpel Hall 102.
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.
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.
Author of UA Press's 'Hipbillies' to Speak at Fayetteville Roots Festival
Jared Phillips will be part of a panel that discusses the counterculture movement in the Ozarks in the 1970s.
Author of UA Press's 'Hipbillies' to Speak at Ozark Natural Foods
Jared Phillips’ new book chronicles the 1970s counterculture back-to-the-land movement in the Ozarks.