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Gage to Speak About Early Native American Literacy as Strength in Culture
Justin Gage, a U of A instructor of history, will give his lecture at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Museum of Native American History, 202 Southwest O St. in Bentonville.
Scholar and New York Times Columnist to Speak on 'Charisma In American History'
Professor Molly Worthen of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will deliver a talk titled "Charisma in American History, from the Puritans to Trump" on Friday, Oct. 6, at Gearhart Hall.
Philosophy Presents Columbia University's Wolfgang Mann as Spellman Lecturer, Oct. 6
Wolfgang Mann of Columbia University will deliver the annual Spellman Lecture in the History of Philosophy, titled "'God' as First Principle in Plato and Aristotle," on Oct. 6 in Old Main 325.
Todd Cleveland to Lecture on 'Soccer'
The lecture offers a preview of the Honors College Signature Seminar coming in the spring semester of 2018.
In Memoriam: James S. Chase, Professor Emeritus of History
The Department of History and the university community have lost a longtime member of the faculty. Emeritus professor James S. Chase died at the end of July in Fayetteville.
Arkansas Historical Association Invites Proposals for Annual Conference
The Arkansas Historical Association invites presentation proposals for its 77th annual conference in Fort Smith, April 19-21, 2018. The conference theme is Frontiers and Borders.
Summer Stipends Pave Way for Humanities Research Around the World
Five humanities scholars in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences competed for and earned $5,000 summer stipends to engage in research abroad and/or writing respites.
Summer Stipends Pave Way for Humanities Research in Archives and Museums Around the World
Five humanities scholars in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences competed for and earned $5,000 summer stipends
University Libraries Digitize Southland Papers
A new digital exhibit is now available for viewing on the University Libraries' website tells the story of the first institution of higher learning west of the Mississippi River for African-Americans.
Second Fulbright Student Wins Hudson Award
Graduate student Nathaniel Conley has won a James J. Hudson Doctoral Fellowship in the Humanities for the 2017-18 academic year.