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The Listening Post

ARRESTED, BANNED, EXILED: EGYPT'S DISSENTING VOICES

February 24, 2018 College of Arts and Humanities, Communication

With presidential elections due next month, dissent has all but disappeared in Sisi's Egypt.

Eater

"UGLY DELICIOUS" DELVES INTO THE COMPLICATED HISTORY OF AN AMERICAN STAPLE IN "FRIED CHICKEN"

February 23, 2018 American Studies, College of Arts and Humanities

Psyche Williams-Forson weighs in on the complex history of fried chicken.

The Boston Globe

IN THIS FICTIONAL TOWN, THE CONSEQUENCES OF A SCHOOL SHOOTING ARE ALL TOO REAL

February 20, 2018 College of Arts and Humanities, School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies

Jennifer Barclay’s “Ripe Frenzy” could be considered prescient if the event it describes wasn’t so depressingly routine.

For the Birds: Do We Choose Who We Love?

February 13, 2018

Emotions and science were closely linked in medieval literature.

Al Jazeera International

HOW DOES THE U.S. PERCEIVE EGYPT'S PRESIDENTIAL RACE?

February 11, 2018 College of Arts and Humanities, Communication

Sahar Khamis weighs in on U.S. perceptions of the Egyptian presidential race.

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOS!

February 10, 2018 Classics

Students who recently returned from the Classics Winterterm study abroad program in Italy have posted their entries in our photo contest!  Go to the album on the Classics Department Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a....

The Washington Informer

ARTISTS TAKE A LOOK AT SELF IN NEW EXHIBITION

February 07, 2018 College of Arts and Humanities

Viewers see connection between artist and surroundings.

The Washington Post

TDPS IN 2018 HELEN HAYES AWARD NOMINATIONS

February 05, 2018 College of Arts and Humanities, School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies

UMD students, faculty and alumni recognized in Washington, DC theatre community.

The Diamondback

Driskell Center's "Portraits of Who We Are" Exhibit Explores African-American Identity

February 04, 2018 College of Arts and Humanities

The new exhibition showcases self-expression through a collection of 45 self-portraits and nine portraits.

The Diamondback

THE CO-FOUNDER OF THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY URGED A UMD CROWD TO BE POLITICALLY ACTIVE

February 02, 2018 Arts and Humanities Center for Synergy, College of Arts and Humanities, History

Political activist Bobby Seale discussed organized resistance to discrimination and oppression.