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The UA Center for Digital Humanities is helping faculty and students embark on wide-ranging research projects applying cutting-edge technology. 
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Nichole Guard, Senior Program Coordinator in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, has been honored as one of nine recipients for this year’s University of Arizona Individual Awards for Excellence.  
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The College of Humanities is pleased to welcome new faculty for the upcoming academic year.
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Denis M. Provencher, Professor and Head of the Department of French and Italian, will join the University of Arizona’s 2020-2021 Inclusive Leadership Cohort Certificate program.  
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Richard P. Kinkade, a prolific and award-winning Spanish medievalist scholar who served as the first Dean of Humanities and a revered mentor and professor during 42 years at the University of Arizona, has died. He was 81. Malcolm Compitello, who was...
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Bruna Sommer-Farias, an instructor of Portuguese finishing her doctoral degree in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, is awarded the College of Humanities 2020 Outstanding GAT Award.  
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Maggie Camp and Robert Stephan have been selected as the College of Humanities 2020 faculty award winners.  
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Three professors in the Department of Religious Studies and Classics have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.  
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Two professors in the East Asian Studies Department have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.  
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Three professors in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.  
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Three professors in the Africana Studies Program have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.  
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A new interdisciplinary research project seeks to harness digital visualization to increase public education and involvement in policy decisions, as the Tucson area considers ways to adapt to extreme heat brought on by climate change and the urban...
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Colleen Lucey, Assistant Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies, describes how figures from folklore, like vampires, are tied to outbreaks of disease, and how the development of these stories about vampire epidemics reflect the state of society,...
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By Caleb Simmons, Associate Professor of Religious Studies