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English Faculty Edit and Contribute to New Book Analyzing Television and the U.S. South
Small-Screen Souths: Region, Identity, and the Cultural Politics of Television will be released in November by the Louisiana State University Press.
University Libraries to Host 'Reveal of the Ferial Psalter' Oct. 18
University Libraries and the Medieval and Renaissance Studies for the grand reveal of a recently acquired Ferial Psalter from 15th century Bohemia from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Oct. 18 in Carnall Hall.
Fulbright Humanities Colloquium Series Features Research on Tzarist Russia and Jewish Pogroms
Professor Nadja Berkovich will present "Integrative Journalism: Bogoraz's Silhouettes of the Gomel Pogrom" from 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, in CHEM 144.
Make Your Spanish Language Skills Count and Get Credit
Students with native and near native Spanish proficiency may take a fast track exam on Nov. 3 to earn credit for up to nine hours of Spanish coursework.
Poet Kaveh Akbar Kicks Off 2017 True Lit Festival
The Program in Creative Writing and Translation will host Iranian American poet Kaveh Akbar as the 2017 Arkansas International Featured Reader at the True Lit Fayetteville Literary Festival.
U of A Communication Professor Wins Prestigious National Award for Book
Lisa M. Corrigan won the National Communication Association’s highest honor, the 2017 Diamond Anniversary Book Award for Prison Power.
Journalism Professor's Documentaries Now Available Through Institutional Repository
Fourteen documentaries created by professor Larry Foley are now available for viewing through the U of A's institutional repository, ScholarWorks@UARK.
Honors College to Host Robert Cochran Lecture on Outsider Art
Robert Cochran, a renowned scholar of folklore, will give a lecture titled "Triumph in Rags: At Play with Outsider Artists" at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, in Gearhart Hall Auditorium.
University Libraries Complete Processing for Bales Papers
The James D. Bales Papers document the life, world tours and political and religious work of Harding College professor James D. Bales, whose work focused on anti-communism and Christianity.
Two U of A Documentary Films Picked for Hot Springs Film Festival 2017
Two U of A documentary films will screen at the 2017 Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival on Oct. 10. Both films were produced by the School of Journalism and Strategic Media.