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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.
The project will create immersive scenarios that simulate typical experiences of discrimination, with the goal of promoting honest and productive discussions about racism.
UArizona is in the top 20 among U.S. public universities in arts and humanities, physical sciences and social sciences.
The October series of virtual presentations will include discussions about Black Lives Matter, immigration, health care disparities, student activism and more.
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.
The University of Arizona ranked No. 11 among all U.S. public institutions in the Arts & Humanities category in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The 10th annual festival features 10 events offering thought-provoking lectures, panels, readings and films by faculty and special guests, including poet and author Sandra Cisneros.
A collaborative digital humanities project unites UA students studying Russian and French with their counterparts in Canada and Kazakhstan.
On the UA volleyball team’s European tour, the student-athletes will be enrolled in a study abroad class, adding an educational and cultural component to their competition schedule.