Celebration Honors Scholarship, Research Excellence
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"Posing Beauty in African American Culture," the latest exhibition at the David Driskell Center, confirms that Black people are lovely.
Alums help develop exhibition on expressions of freedom, from WWII-era Rockwell to today.
New exhibition examines depictions of African American beauty.
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Technology makes society more efficient, but is moving faster always such a good thing? American studies Professor Jason Farman's new book delves into history and looks at the benefits and consequences of waiting.
UMD’s National Orchestral Institute hit a high note on Friday with a Grammy nomination for best orchestral performance.
With presidential elections due next month, dissent has all but disappeared in Sisi's Egypt.
Psyche Williams-Forson weighs in on the complex history of fried chicken.
Jennifer Barclay’s “Ripe Frenzy” could be considered prescient if the event it describes wasn’t so depressingly routine.
Emotions and science were closely linked in medieval literature.
Sahar Khamis weighs in on U.S. perceptions of the Egyptian presidential race.
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....
Viewers see connection between artist and surroundings.
UMD students, faculty and alumni recognized in Washington, DC theatre community.
The new exhibition showcases self-expression through a collection of 45 self-portraits and nine portraits.
Political activist Bobby Seale discussed organized resistance to discrimination and oppression.