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The University of Arizona ranks among the top 10 universities in the nation for producing graduates with foreign language degrees.
8 months ago
In celebration of Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, annually celebrated from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, the College of Humanities is spotlighting faculty, staff and students.
8 months ago
What would you do if your salad bit you back or started to talk? Eden? Plants between Science and Fiction, a multimedia exhibit about the role of plants in science fiction literature and film, invites you to engage in exactly this thought experiment...
9 months ago
To better suit the needs of University of Arizona students and reflect the skills and education it offers, the General Studies Program is changing its name to the Interdisciplinary Studies Program, starting this semester.   
9 months ago
Helen S. Schaefer, the longtime board member and namesake of the University of Arizona Poetry Center who championed arts, cultural and educational organizations across the university and Southern Arizona, died Sept. 1. She was 89.  
9 months ago
The University of Arizona will establish a new Center for East Asian Studies that will join three other longstanding international centers on campus. The four centers will receive a combined $5.9 million in federal Title VI grant funding over the...
9 months ago
Extending the Fearless Inquiries Project to the University of Arizona student body, College of Humanities faculty presented new student orientation sessions that outline the importance of freedom of expression on campus.  
1 year ago
Two of the five scholars in the inaugural class of the President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program will join the College of Humanities, paired with faculty mentors for a
1 year ago
Dr. Karen Seat, Head of the Department of Religious Studies and Classics, is the inaugural recipient of the University’s Distinguished Head/Director’s Award.  
1 year ago
College of Humanities Business Manager Natalie Olson is one of six recipients for this year’s University of Arizona Individual Awards for Excellence.  
1 year ago
The College of Humanities, together with the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies, condemns Russia’s assault on Ukraine. The University of Arizona is the home of many scholars and students who have spent their lives studying Ukraine, Russia, and...
1 year ago
Three renowned guest speakers will deliver a wide range of perspectives on the topic of free speech during the inaugural College of Humanities Perspectives Series, the cornerstone event in the newly launched Fearless Inquiries Project.   
1 year ago
A project that uses digital mapping to layer additional data sets an offer new insights into The Narrative of Cabeza de Vaca and has earned Dr.
1 year ago
A project that weaves together Charles Dickens’ David Copperfield with a field study of historic Tucson locations has earned Dr. Jacqueline Barrios one of two Dorrance Dean’s Awards for Opening the Canon.  
1 year ago
The inaugural recipient of the Dorrance Dean’s Award for Research & Entrepreneurialism is Dr. Kristy L. Slominski, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies.  
1 year ago
With the support of a $5.4 million gift commitment from alumni Jacquelynn and Bennett Dorrance, the College of Humanities is launching the Fearless Inquiries Project, a strategic set of initiatives designed to make the University of Arizona a leader...