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The American Literary Translators Association will have a new home in the University of Arizona College of Humanities.
9 months ago
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,...
9 months ago
By Caleb Simmons, Associate Professor of Religious Studies  
9 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...
Members of the K-pop Dance Club lead a dance workshop in KOR 245 classroom
10 months ago
With grant funding from the Academy of Korean Studies,
10 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.  
10 months ago
With widespread praise for her innovative, thought-provoking and collaborative teaching, Joela Jacobs has been awarded the 2020 Leicester and Kathryn Sherrill Creative Teaching Award.  
Caleb Simmons
10 months ago
Caleb Simmons, an internationally recognized scholar in South Asian Studies, is receiving a University of Arizona Early Career Scholars Award.  
10 months ago
The College of Humanities is proud to announce the following recipients of the Spring 2020 Awards.   Please join us in congratulating them on their outstanding achievements! Outstanding Senior Award Grace Faerber  Majors: East Asian Studies, Global...
10 months ago
Dean Alain-Philippe Durand is pleased to announce the following changes.  
11 months ago
Dean Alain-Philippe Durand is pleased to announce Dr. David Gramling will be the next Faculty Director of the Bachelor of General Studies program in the College of Humanities, effective Aug. 17, 2020.
11 months ago
Congratulations to the 2019-20 COH Teaching and Outreach Grant awardees!  2019-20 COH Teaching and Outreach Grant Awardees Maria Letizia Bellocchio and Giuseppe Cavatorta French and Italian Project: Italian Language in Wonderland: An Outline...
12 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...
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1 year ago
The University of Arizona College of Humanities is developing a slate of new courses designed to infuse foreign language and culture content into courses in business, healthcare and other professional programs.  
1 year ago
In Bryan Carter’s virtual classroom, online education is moving toward a more immersive and interactive future.  
1 year ago
Judith Nantell, Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, has published a new book with the Bucknell University Press.  The Poetics of Epiphany in The Spanish Lyric of Today was published Nov. 15.