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Prof. Christopher T. Lewis explains how the newest book in a mystery series set in Utah inhabits very recent events in Mormon culture.
The John R. Park Debate Society announced today it is again joining with the ABU Education Fund, an affiliate of Alliance for a Better Utah, to host Utah’s only legislative debates of the 2016 election cycle.
The award is presented to the most outstanding scholarly article published the previous year. Jensen is the first back-to-back winner of NCA's highest honor since 1980.
Mariam Thalos, Department of Philosophy, recently published her new book "A Social Theory of Freedom."
Christopher T. Lewis, Assistant Professor of Portuguese & Brazilian Studies in the Department of World Languages & Cultures, was featured Friday on “Top of Mind” with Julie Rose on BYU Radio
L2TReC was selected by The Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO) as a Language Training Center (LTC) Program winner.
Associate Professor Lily Alavi, World Languages and Cultures, was recently honored by the Latter-Day Saint Student Association
Paisley Rekdal, Department of English, was the 2016 AWP Award Series winner for Creative Non-fiction.
Anne Peterson, Department of Philosophy, won the prize with her essay "The Primacy of the Organism: Being, Unity, and Diversification in Aristotle's Metaphysics."
"Heavy: The Obesity Crisis in Cultural Context" was recently published by Oxford University Press
The College of Humanities was delighted to find out that the John R. Park Debate Society program was also a Beacon of Excellence award recipient.
Taunya is a dedicated advocate for students and a campus-wide collaborator.
Professor Rachel Hayes-Harb, Department of Linguistics faculty member, was recently published in Frontiers in Psychology.
Shauna Edson, an MA student in Rhetoric and Composition through Communication and through Writing & Rhetoric Studies, was named one of a small handful of national Digital Inclusion Fellows
33 scholars from 11 countries will speak at the three-day conference on topics as diverse as Lesbian Romance, TV’s The Bachelor, Nora Roberts, Steampunk Romance, Cinderella, and Sheikh Romance.
UCEER Awarded $4 Million to Tackle Ethical, Legal and Social Impacts of Genomic Information
The 2016 selections for the Artist in Residence program at the Taft-Nicholson Center have been announced
The College of Humanities Bridge Program for Dual Language Immersion was featured on KSL
Join Professor Christine A. Jones and her Co-Editor Jennifer Schacker tomorrow evening for a small reception and presentation followed by a book signing
Dr. David Derezotes, Director of the Peace & Conflict Studies, was featured in At the U this morning for his show "The Radical Middle."
Abby Kaplan, professor of linguistics at the University of Utah, was featured in UNews this morning for her recently published book, “Women Talk More Than Men…And Other Myths about Language Explained.”
The Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs (CLASP) has recognized Christopher Lewis with its Junior Faculty Teaching Award.
Ashley Glenn in International & Area Studies has been awarded the 2016 University of Utah Outstanding New Advisor Award
Dean Dianne Harris recognized two Humanities Alumni and ten graduating students at a luncheon on May 5th, 2016.
Meet the amazing Humanities Graduates that will be recognized at our Distigusihed Alumni Luncheon and College of Humanities Convocation
Anne Jamison, Associate Professor of English at the University of Utah, has been quoted in several articles this week from around the country
Congratulations to the 2016 recipients of the Humanities Distinguished Faculty Service Award: Professor Richard Chi, and Professor Leslie Francis
Matthew L. Basso, Associate Professor of History and Gender Studies at the University of Utah, has been added to the Organization of American Historians (OAH) distinguished lectureship program roster for 2016-2017
Three Humanities students Jessica Chamorro, Sabrina Dawson, and Kate Mower have won the 2016-2017 Fulbright Awards
The University of Utah College of Humanities was thrilled to learn that two John Simmon Guggenheim Fellowships for 2016 were awarded to Professor Nadja Durbach and Professor Melanie Rae Thon.
Please join Peace Corps Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet and Congressman Jason Chaffetz for a special forum
Students discuss their amazing experiences while participating in the Honors Ecology and Legacy Minor
Senate Bill 152 passes during the recently concluded 2016 Utah Legislative session
Heather Stone wins the 2016 Thomas G. Stockham Medal for Conspicuously Effective Teaching, while Meaghan McKasy wins the 2016 Garr Cutler Energy Prize.
Over the course of the WSCA weekend, the John R. Park Debate Society competed in its final regular season tournament before Nationals.
This past weekend, the Rocky Mountain Regional Model finals in Denver conlcuded with most students from the University of Utah receiving an award
Congratulations to all the amazing faculty members from the University of Utah who were nominated.
James Tabery, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Adjunct Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine at the University of Utah is joining the Leonardo After Hours panel discussion.
The ‘Countering Cancer’ series, presented by Pfizer, portrays the dedicated people, initiatives, and organizations that are part of this effort and provides insights into their motivation and engagement.
A Public Event, featuring The Japanese National Debate Team and The John R. Park Debate Society
February is the month when the John R. Park Debate Society gears up for nationals and fine-tunes its competitive events going into the culminating tournaments of its season.
Jeff McCarthy, Director of the Environmental Humanities Graduate Program at the University of Utah, was featured today on KPCW's show "This Green Earth."
Think Progress recently interviewed Associate Professor Paul Reeve, one of the University of Utah College of Humanities' History Professors for their story on Islmaphobia.
Dr. Danielle Endres and Professor Jerry Root Awarded 2016-17 Honors Humanities Professorships
If enslaved peoples discover, enact, or perform freedom through narration, their stories issue a call to readers, that needs a response.
A Community Conversation About Immigration
Each year, our Humanities professors and instructors have the unique opportunity of teaming up with Go Learn, the U’s travel program, to lead students and community members on life-changing tours across the world