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Dean Bonnie Thornton Dill
The dean's report at the Annual Faculty & Staff Convocation held September 23, 2014.
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Stacia Odenwald talks about study abroad.
The Clarice's NextNOW Festival hosted over 50 performances showcasing the future of the arts.
The interdisciplinary minor includes faculty from Art History and Archaeology, Jewish Studies, Anthropology, and Architecture.
National Diaspora Tour stops through UMD to share what Washington is doing to recognize America's diaspora communities.

ARHU
In The News

10/16/14, The Washington Post
Peter Marks of The Washington Post reviews this play hosted by the Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies.
10/16/14, The Diamondback
This Diamondback article quotes ARHU Dean Bonnie Thornton Dill on the Art Library's controversial closure.
10/16/14, Al Jazeera America
Associate Professor of Philosophy Susan Dwyer writes that states with restrictive abortion regulations must use a "moral inquiry" if laws are broken.
10/15/14, The Washington Post
“On December 28, 1817,” writes Stanley Plumly, “the painter Benjamin Robert Haydon hosts what he refers to in his diaries and ‘Autobiography’ as the ‘immortal dinner.’

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