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University of Arkansas Press Publishes Book on Lynching in Arkansas
Guy Lancaster, editor of the collection, to speak in Little Rock in January.
History Doctoral Candidate Receives Award
Jama Grove, a graduate student in history, has won the 2017 National Society of the Colonial Dames of America Regional History Award.
U of A to Host Symposium on 500th Anniversary of Protestant Reformation
The University of Arkansas will host a symposium today and Friday about the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's inauguration of the Protestant Reformation.
Fearless Conversations: Memorials, Monuments and Symbolic Protests
Fulbright College invites faculty, staff, students and community members to participate in its new series: Fearless Conversations. The first will be from 5-7 p.m. today at Giffels Auditorium.
Center for Ethics in Journalism Hosts Forum, 'Forget Fake: How to Get to Real News'
National journalists will gather Wednesday to talk about why news matters more than ever at the annual Center for Ethics in Journalism and School of Journalism and Strategic Media forum.
Commonwealth College Fortnightly Now Searchable Online
The initial digitization of the Commonwealth College Fortnightly newspaper was made possible by professor Stephen A. Smith of Fulbright College's Department of Communication.
Honors College Passport Study Abroad Program Immerses Students in History Where It Happened
A new Arkansas Short Takes video highlights the Honors College Passport: Peru study abroad experience.
Historian Presents Research on Japanese Tea Exports, Muslim China and Expanding Markets
Kelly A. Hammond will present "Hot Commodity: Japanese Tea Exports During World War II, Expanding Markets in the Muslim World, and Muslim interlocutors" at the next Humanities Faculty Colloquium Series Friday, Nov. 10.
Pryor Center Announces $1.5 Million Tyson Gift to Digitize KATV Collection
A contribution from Barbara A. Tyson and the Tyson Foods Foundation will fund the preservation of footage donated to the center in 2009.
History Professor Selected as German Research Ambassador
The German Academic Exchange Service has selected Laurence Hare to serve as a research ambassador for the 2017-18 academic year.