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The American Literary Translators Association will have a new home in the University of Arizona College of Humanities.
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Professors in the UA College of Humanities shared music and topics related to Black History Month with KXCI Community Radio during the month of February. 
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The University of Arizona Poetry Center is among the beneficiaries of a $1 million grant to the Academy of American Poets from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, one of the largest investments in poetry ever made by the leading cultural institution.
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A sold-out Humanities Seminars Program lecture by OSIRIS-REx principal investigator Dante Lauretta is more than just a chance to learn the latest about the asteroid sample return mission. The event doubles as a fundraiser for students, now and in...
Joela Jacobs, Assistant Professor of German Studies, stands with Gene Bank by Alan Sonfist
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An estimated 250 million roses are given each Valentine’s Day. But in a cultural context, that classic symbol of love reveals even more about the relationship between people and plants. Humanity is dependent on plants for survival, but scholars have...
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As the country’s national museum embarks on an effort to showcase the history and impact of video games in American society, two UA experts are advising the Smithsonian’s curators on the exhibit. Ken McAllister and Judd Ruggill, co-directors of the...
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Denis M. Provencher, Head of the Department of French and Italian, is featured in the latest New Books in French Studies podcast. The interview centers on Provencher’s 2017 book Queer Maghrebi French: Language, Temporalities, Transfiliations, which...
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The Humanities Seminars Program honored four UA professors with the annual Ted and Shirley Taubeneck Superior Teaching Award. 
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As OSIRIS-REx approaches the asteroid Bennu, a family-friendly variety show explores how space unites science and the humanities.  
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The University of Arizona Poetry Center is pleased to announce the first five ambassadors in its multi-year Art for Justice Project, supported by the Art for Justice Fund.
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From Kazakh to Kurmanji Kurdish, Language Canvas is making UA-developed learning programs for less commonly taught languages available to people everywhere.
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Benjamin Jens and Colleen Lucey, Assistant Professors in the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies, are featured in the latest episode of the We Teach Languages podcast.
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The UA’s Center for Buddhist Studies this week presents the annual Khyentse Foundation Lecture Series, in conjunction with an international conference
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The inaugural Young Professional Achievement Award will be presented to Autumn DiGaetano-Fedoruk, who credits her double major in Spanish and economics for opening doors to professional opportunities that she is still leveraging today.
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M. André Goodfriend, whose UA studies in language and culture paved the way for a career in diplomacy that’s spanned more than three decades, is the College of Humanities 2018 Alumnus of the Year. 
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The UA’s College of Humanities is continuing to expand its community outreach in lifelong learning, with an agreement to deliver Humanities Seminars Program courses to residents of Watermark Retirement Communities.