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Pryor Center Presents 'The Long Southern Strategy: How Chasing Voters in the White South Changed American Politics'
Angie Maxwell, director of the Diane Blair Center of Southern Politics and Society will discuss the 50-year political strategy that turned the South from blue to red.
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.
Washington Post White House Reporter to Speak at U of A as Part of Journalism Days Events
Josh Dawsey, White House correspondent for the Washington Post, will speak about media coverage of the White House at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 3 at the Janelle Y. Hembree Alumni House.
Distinguished Lecture Series Hosts Laura Bush, Tarana Burke this Spring
University of Arkansas Distinguished Lecture Series will feature a civil rights activist in March and a former first lady in April.
Middle East Expert to Discuss U.S. Approach to Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Trump Era
Mouin Rabbani, resident senior fellow at the Institute for Palestine Studies in Washington, D.C., will give a lecture titled "Palestine: Anatomy of an Abyss" at 5:30 p.m. today in Gearhart Hall 26.
Marino to Kick Off Libraries' Spring Graduate Speaker Series Feb. 7
Graduate student Alex Marino will give a lecture at 4 p.m. Thursday about Sen. J. William Fulbright' investigation of foreign efforts to influence American politics.
Fall 2019 Honors College Forums to Focus on 14th Amendment, Opioids and Epic Arkansas
Honors College Forum topics range offer students a deep dive into specific topics, from Arkansas business to the 14th Amendment to the opiod crisis in America. Apply by March 29.
Historical Quarterly Article Examines 'Lost Practice' of Paid Cartoon Advertising in Arkansas Politics
Professor Janine Parry and alumnus Dusty Higgins researched the paid cartoons used by candidates from the 1940s to the 1970s to satirize their political opponents.
Libraries Present Graduate Student Speaker Jama Grove Next
Jama Grove will offer a lecture Nov. 15 about early Arkansas research that questioned the use of DDT. Sarah Riva will talk about students involved in the civil rights struggle on Dec. 6.
Signing Ceremony at U of A Celebrates Expanded Fulbright Partnership
Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board visits Fayetteville, with events to include a signing ceremony before presentations and meetings.