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Historian outlines how American women of the 1920s “changed the meaning of womanhood.”
Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress LC-B811-383 [P&P] via Terp Magazine.
NEH grant continues research on emancipation.

News &

ARHU students win national fellowships. Stay tuned for further updates as winners are announced.
Award recognizes contributions artists make to the Maryland cultural landscape.
Join us this season for the best cutting-edge work from emerging artists from around the world and our own backyard, including University of Maryland students.

In The News

5/27/17, UMD Writers Bloc
This Russian absurdist satire offers a truly novel take on an age-old question of the heart.
5/27/17, Washington Business Journal
This restaurant, performance space and art gallery opens Tuesday in College Park.
5/21/17, Huffington Post
Fatemeh Keshavarz, director of the School of Languages and Literatures, weighs in on the recent elections in Iran.
5/16/17, Terp Magazine
The Clarice & Philadelphia group open downtown performance venue.


Dekelboum Concert Hall
Fri, 6/9/17 - 8:00 PM