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Inspirada por las historias que se pasan de una generación a otra, Roxanna Denise Stevens Ibarra mezcla lo moderno con lo tradicional en su arte y su educación.
A panel of 10 College of Humanities faculty members will present today on various countries, cultures, languages and people related to the Olympics.
The four projects include a documentary about the Indigenous Rarámuri people of northern Mexico, a project documenting the experiences of asylum seekers, an archive of newspapers from around the borderlands, and an oral history project on forensic citizenship.
The gift from alumni Jacquelynn and Bennett Dorrance will endow the deanship of the College of Humanities. Alain-Philippe Durand is the inaugural holder of the deanship.
Films from the 2020 I Dream in Widescreen undergraduate thesis film showcase have earned a record 11 film festival selections. This year's event, featuring films from current School of Theatre, Film and Television students, will be presented in a hybrid format.
The new minor is an effort years in the making, and will focus on what has become the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group in the United States.
Sama Alshaibi is among 184 artists, writers, scholars and scientists awarded Guggenheim Fellowships. Her project will highlight experiences of women and girls in war-torn Iraq.
As the university recognizes APIDA Heritage Month, Joshua Schlachet explains in a Q&A how he and his East Asian studies colleagues are enhancing the Japanese studies curriculum.
During National Poetry Month, the poetry centers at UArizona and Kent State University are inviting anyone and everyone to write a few lines as part of the Global Vaccine Poem project.
Aaron Coleman's early art took the form of graffiti art on trains. He is now a printmaker whose work has been displayed in collections around the world.