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Science and folklore can be important partners when it comes to addressing global challenges like climate change and COVID-19. Folklorist Maribel Alvarez says folklore can document the kind of "knowing" that only comes from generations of tradition and observation.
The $750,000 grant to University Libraries will allow researchers to produce open-access humanities research from the border for both academic and popular audiences.
Experts from the College of Fine Arts say this is a good time to focus on creating your own art, in addition to taking in your favorite movies, shows, books and music.
A new UArizona project aims to build a stronger community of student veterans and empower them to tell their own stories, with an understanding of the broader context of post-war homecoming across different generations and cultures.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the cancellation of countless time-honored rituals. Maribel Alvarez in the School of Anthropology says creating new rituals can help ease the pain.
A group of students in the School of Theatre, Film and Television are putting their costume-making skills to work making masks for health care workers, first responders and more.
Daniel Asia, a professor in the Fred Fox School of Music, has been nominated to serve a six-year term as a member of the National Council on the Arts.
The Humanities Seminars Program is offering a multidisciplinary, six-week “Climate Change: Earth, Sea, and Sky” class.
The Artistic Activism After Atrocity project examines how post-atrocity societies remember and engage with past violence, particularly the role of art in changing minds and attitudes.
Renowned photojournalist David Hume Kennerly has compiled an archive that represents 50 years of U.S. and world history, including iconic images of world leaders and historic events.