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Mexican American studies scholar Michelle Téllez gives an overview of the autumn holiday of mourning that originated in Mexico and is now celebrated around the world.
The "Crossing Latinidades: Emerging Scholars and New Comparative Directions" project centers on research and training initiatives that will expand opportunities for a growing population of Latinx students and support a national cohort of doctoral students in Latinx humanities studies.
A UArizona doctoral student in the Department of History was inspired by his own family's past to examine the relationship between racial identity and sports in the United States.
Un estudiante de un doctorado en historia fue inspirado por el pasado de su familia, lo cual lo llevó a estudiar la relación que existe entre la identidad racial y los deportes en los Estados Unidos.
UArizona researchers are part of a national team analyzing how the practice of growing crops under solar panels can best be implemented across the country.
As the world celebrates International Coffee Day on Oct. 1, UArizona students will be learning about the complexity of coffee in the new course Food 353: Coffee from Crop to Cup.
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences' annual series returns to an in-person format this year, with lectures at 6 p.m. every Wednesday in October at the Fox Tucson Theatre.
Footprints at White Sands National Park in New Mexico confirm human presence over at least two millennia, with the oldest tracks dating back 23,000 years.
Shell beads found in Morocco are at least 142,000 years old. Archaeologists say they're the earliest known evidence of a widespread form of human communication.