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The UA College of Humanities is establishing a scholarship in honor of 2018 Alumnus of the Year M. André Goodfriend, to support students in the new Applied Humanities major.
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The University of Arizona’s Center for Digital Humanities, in partnership with The Colored Girls Museum in Philadelphia
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The Humanities Seminars Program honored four University of Arizona professors with the annual Ted and Shirley Taubeneck Superior Teaching Award.   
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The Humanities Seminars Program honored four University of Arizona professors with the annual Ted and Shirley Taubeneck Superior Teaching Award.   
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The Artistic Activism After Atrocity project examines how post-atrocity societies remember and engage with past violence, particularly the role of art in changing minds and attitudes that can lead to meaningful reconciliation. A University of...
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The University of Arizona ranks 30th in the world and 9th among U.S. public universities in arts and humanities, according to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Global Universities.”  
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In his new book, Takashi Miura, Assistant Professor in the Department of East Asian Studies, analyzes a category of Japanese divinities known as “yonaoshi gods” and their place in early modern Japan.  
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The College of Humanities 2019 Young Professional Achievement Award will be presented to Dr. Megan Lisbeth Strang, who says her study of language and culture was foundational to her career as a pediatric audiologist.  
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Annette Kolodny, an internationally prominent feminist scholar who served as dean of the UA’s College of Humanities from 1988 to 1993, has died. She was 78.  
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By Nick Prevenas, University Communications The University of Arizona is one of the world's top institutions for arts and humanities studies, according to Times Higher Education.
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The Bauhaus was founded in Germany in 1919, during the post-war period when the country was reinventing itself, and the broadly interdisciplinary school would become a profoundly influential force across the 20th century.  
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Nathaniel Smith, assistant professor of East Asian Studies, has received competitive grant funding from the Japan Foundation to spend a year in Tokyo researching the transforming Kabukicho neighborhood. Smith is one of only five U.S. scholars to...
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Aurélia Mouzet, assistant professor Francophone Studies, founded the interactive theatre workshop Talk-it-OUT! to connect UA graduate students with local high schoolers in programs designed to dramatize difficult problems.
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CERCLL, a UA Title VI Language Resource Center, this week is hosting the inaugural event of its new initiative on Literatures, Languages and Cultures in the 21st Century.
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Dana Vandersip, a 1988 graduate of the UA’s Russian department who went onto a prominent career in philanthropy, is the College of Humanities 2019 Alumna of the Year. The Russian courses and other Humanities classes taught Vandersip the sort of...