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UA Responds to Interest in Hebrew With New Course

UANews | January 22, 2015
Structured as a small seminar, unique course offers students the opportunity to examine Israeli culture and its portrayal in the media.

National Book Award Finalist in Poetry Published by UA Professor

UANews | October 28, 2014
UA's Joshua Matthew Wilson run a small press that published Fred Moten's "The Feel Trio," which has been shortlisted for the National Book Award in Poetry, one of the top honors in the field.

Verse Becomes a Hands-On Venture at UA Poetry Center

UANews | October 23, 2014
It's a unique place where a communal spirit reigns, emphasizing outreach and encouraging language play. That's poetry "made by all," Renee Angle says.

Art Professor Creates New World of Awareness

UANews | October 22, 2014
Ellen McMahon grew up in a home where science and art often collided — and is both an artist and a biologist. Now she wants her UA students to be environmentally sensitive and to see the difference their work can make.

Alison Deming Celebrates 'the Long Story of Human Life'

UANews | October 13, 2014
With Humanities Week in the spotlight, the UA professor has published a collection of essays exploring the bond between people and planet.

'My Students Taught Me': Fulbright Scholar Back From Pakistan

UANews | September 16, 2014
A UA professor of Russian and Slavic studies recently returned from teaching in Islamabad for five months and says her work in Pakistan isn't finished.

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