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Dr. Mae C. Jemison, keynote speaker at the UA’s 155th Commencement on May 10, will be presented with an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters by the College of Humanities.
2 months ago
Karina M. Rodríguez, Recruitment Coordinator for the College of Humanities, has been selected to join the University of Arizona’s third cohort of HSI Fellows.  
3 months ago
After analyzing narratives of post-war homecoming, a group of student veterans will lead community discussions based on their own experiences. Returning home after military service can bring myriad challenges, not the least of which may be feelings...
3 months ago
As languages overlap and blend in border regions, bilingual speakers demonstrate the subtle ways speaking patterns shift and adapt to linguistic influences while maintaining the grammar of both languages.  
5 months ago
In an annual partnership with KXCI Community Radio, professors from the Africana Studies Program took to the airwaves to celebrate Black History Month.  Professors selected a topic and related songs to play as weekly guest DJs on the Home Stretch...
5 months ago
The College of Humanities hosted more than 20 executives of top corporations for the Change & Transformation Council’s winter meeting, focusing on the humanities role in the future of work.  
6 months ago
The College of Humanities and Africana Studies Program are hosting a series of events this month to celebrate Black History Month.  
6 months ago
The Department of French & Italian is partnering with Tournées Film Festival to offer an array of experiences in French cinema, with six films screened on campus to show the diversity and richness of French cinema.  
8 months ago
The Humanities Seminars Program honored four University of Arizona professors with the annual Ted and Shirley Taubeneck Superior Teaching Award.   
10 months ago
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.  
10 months ago
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.  
10 months ago
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.
Young Writers Institute
11 months ago
From budding poets and story writers to students looking to improve their schoolwork, high school students receive plenty of practice, training and advice from the UA’s Writing Skills Improvement Program.
11 months ago
In collaboration with The Department of French and Italian and the College of Humanities at the University of Arizona, Contemporary French Civilization published by Liverpool University Press is pleased to organize an interdisciplinary conference on...
11 months ago
The University of Arizona Poetry Center is receiving a $106,299 grant to install a high-density storage system that will enable its acclaimed collection to continue expanding for decades. The National Endowment for the Humanities grant, announced...