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For a delegation of UA professors and students, witnessing the Service of Thanksgiving for Stephen Hawking was a once-in-a-lifetime experience and a chance to reflect on humanity’s pursuit of knowledge.
The American Literary Translators Association, the only organization in the U.S. dedicated exclusively to literary translation, will have a new home in the UA College of Humanities.
"There is no such thing as a starving humanist. These people are employed in all kinds of jobs in all kinds of fields," Alain-Philippe Durand says of the UA's focus on the humanities.
Andrew Schulz comes to the UA from Penn State, where he raised the profile of research and creative practice in the arts and established the Arts and Design Research Incubator.
From Ansel Adams to Joan Liftin, the Heritage Gallery at the UA's Center for Creative Photography offers a year-round window into the past and present of American photography.
A federal grant to the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies funds a food-centric project, including a course on Russian and American foodways and a study-abroad exchange.
The UA College of Humanities is exploring the intersection of technology and the humanities, focusing on the vital role of human context and perspective in guiding digital innovations.
At the University of Arizona Poetry Center, rare books are at the core of one of the world’s largest poetry collections.
Tucson Cine Mexico, the United States' longest-running festival of Mexican Cinema, kicks off with a series of Spanish-language film screenings in Tucson.
Attendance for the event on the UA campus, which benefits literacy programs, now exceeds 100,000, and the presenters are a who's who from literature, science and pop culture.