The University of Arizona

'Power Struggles' Illuminates History of Technological Change

UANews | August 25, 2008
UA anthropologist Michael Brian Schiffer's new book, "Power Struggles," details how 19th century inventors shaped today's world.

Center Invites Public to View Photo Exhibit

UANews | August 22, 2008

Sales from the annual photo exhibit go toward scholarships for Middle Eastern studies students.

UA Press Books and Authors in the National Spotlight

UANews | August 20, 2008
Some of the most prominent news organizations in the country have recently highlighted books and authors from UA Press.

A History on Women in Commerce in Downtown Tucson

UANews | August 15, 2008
The research project includes a sculpture that will feature tiled images of the women set in an 8-foot-tall sculpture.

Art in 360 Degrees

UANews | August 14, 2008
Christopher McGinnis, a UA fine arts student, worked with dance professor Douglas R. Nielsen on a collaborative project that views art and dance from all perspectives – not just head on.

Renowned Spanish Medieval Altarpiece Returns to UAMA

UANews | July 29, 2008
New research has unlocked 500-year-old secrets about "The Altarpiece from Ciudad Rodrigo."