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  1. Covering Mexico in Violent Times:

    First hand accounts from two distinguished journalists who have covered the U.S.- Mexico border and Mexico for decades. ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-09-24 10:20

  2. UA Anthropology: A Century of Continuity amid Change

    Diane Austin, Professor and Director, School of Anthropology, highlights some of the key historical and current challenges addressed by University of Arizona anthropologists. ...

    blakisto - 2015-02-14 13:08

  3. Celebrating Excellence

    A panel discussion on women in anthropology featuring faculty members from the UA School of Anthropology. Panelists include: Jennifer Roth-Gordon, Stacy Tecot, Marcela Vasquez-Leon, and Mary Voyatzis. ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-03-17 17:37

  4. Tucson Festival of Books

    The University Libraries and University of Arizona Press are proud sponsors of the Tucson Festival of Books. We are hosting a number of activities this year. Please join us. ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-03-14 10:59

  5. The Paper Roads

    In this lecture, Agnieszka Helman-Wazny explores the early history of paper in Central Asia based on systematic, codicological, and microscopic studies of collections found in Dunhuang, Turfan, and other places along the Silk Roads. ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-03-27 09:44

  6. Protestant Print Propaganda

    The printing press and the use of broadsheets helped ensure the success of the Protestant Reformation. Some of the most dramatic examples of those broadsheets will illuminate this central point in this year's first Early Book Lecture, delivered by Dr ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-03-27 09:44

  7. The Chinese Buddhist Canon in the Print Culture of East Asia

    Dr. Jiang Wu's talk will focus on the printed editions of the Chinese buddhist canon and examine their role in the print culture of East Asia. ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-03-23 13:40

  8. Remembering Raul Castro

    This exhibit honors the memory of former UA alumnus and Governor of Arizona, Raul Castro. ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-04-16 14:43

  9. Tucson

    This exhibit features rare photographs of buildings in the Bario Viejo district of downtown Tucson before they were torn down to make way for the Tucson Community Center. It will also include a collection of brochures promoting new subdivisions in the ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-12-08 14:43

  10. Two Steps Forward, One Step Back?

    Professor Thomas E. Sheridan provides an assessment of the progress made by the Mexican American community since 1941. ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-07-31 14:28