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Pryor Center Presents Lisa M. Corrigan: 'Feeling Riots: The Emotional Language of Urban Rebellion'
Lisa M. Corrigan, professor of communication, will give the first of four lectures focusing on racism, social justice, and policing hosted by the Pryor Center. It will be at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Leonard Cassuto Talks about Preparing English Graduate Students for Diverse Careers
Fordham University's Leonard Cassuto, author of the forthcoming The New Ph.D., recently visited virtually with graduate students and faculty from the Department of English about the need for career diversity to be emphasized in humanities graduate programs
Italian Professor Initiates 'Comic Relief: Making the Best of Things in the Italian Tradition' Seminar Series
Daniela D'Eugenio, assistant professor of Italian, will initiate the five-part series with "The Hopeless Tricked and the Clever Trickster from Boccaccio to Basile," via Zoom at 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18.
New Endowed Fund Honors Memory of History Professor Emeritus Tom Kennedy
Colleagues, friends and former students of Thomas "Tom" C. Kennedy, professor emeritus of history, have donated more than $25,000 to endow an annual lecture program in Kennedy's honor.
Communication Professor Awarded Grant to Study Transgender Suicide History
September is Suicide Prevention Month and Joe Hatfield, assistant professor of communication, has received a grant to support ongoing research on the rhetorical history of transgender suicide in United States' popular culture.
Fulbright College Announces 2020 Annual Faculty Teaching and Research Awards
Fulbright College teaching and research faculty awards go to Todd Cleveland, Samantha Robinson, Bret Schulte, Lindsey Aloia, Susanne Striegler, Suresh Kumar Thallapuranam, and Kathleen Doody.
Hammond to Discuss History, Politics and the Opening of Taipei Grand Mosque, Tonight
Kelly Hammond, assistant professor of history and Asian studies, will give a lecture tonight titled "Cold War Mosque: Asian geopolitics, the politicization of religious spaces, and the Taipei Mosque."
History Department and Libraries' Open Educational Resources Save U of A Students $50,000
The project will reduce the average cost of books used in HIST 2003 and HIST 2013 by 25% for students who take the core curriculum American history courses this year.
New Collection of Essays by English Professor Toni Jensen Released Today
Carry, a memoir-in-essays about gun violence, land and indigenous women's lives by Toni Jensen, a professor of fiction in the Program in Creative Writing and Translation, was released today by Ballantine Books.
Holocaust Survivor to Speak to Campus
A Chance to Live: A Family's Journey to Freedom By Pieter Kohnstam