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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.
Angie Thomas Lecture Moving to Walton Arts Center to Meet Demand
Free tickets reserved at the Faulkner Center for the One Book, One Community event will be honored, more are now available at the WAC.
Speaker to Explore Ancient Textiles and Basketry of Ozarks and Spiro Mounds
Elizabeth Horton is an archeologist who has studied the extensive collections at the U of A Museum.
Free Tickets Now Available for 'The Hate U Give' Screening and Lecture
Angie Thomas, this year’s One Book, One Community author, will speak Tuesday, March 26; the film based on her book will be shown March 25.
U of A Debuts Inaugural Women's Music Festival in March
The month-long ‘SHE, A Festival of Women in Music’ at the U of A celebrates Women’s History Month and their contributions to music.
Celebrate Global Series: USA Day Tonight
xplore the United States this month at the Holcombe Global Series: USA Day. The evening starts at 7 tonight, Feb. 27, in Holcombe Hall's living room.
Students and Staff Reflect on Black History Month
Chloe Deavens, Kenya Sykes and Adrain Smith talk with writer Paige McGaughy about the role that Black History Month plays in their day-to-day lives during February.
Gallery Conversation and Play Reading on Feb. 21 Explore Native American Family's Complex Legacy
A portrait of John Ridge and the staged reading of the play Sovereignty, by Mary Kathryn Nagle, are free to the public Thursday evening at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Registration is requested.
'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.
Arkansas Stories Use Objects and Places to Bring History to Life
A new series exploring Arkansas’ fascinating history of human interaction kicks off Feb. 18 with a Cherokee Confederate’s heirlooms.