Panelists Valencia Johnson, Cherisse Jones-Branch, Stace Treat and Joshua Youngblood will offer discussion about the impact of inherent bias on the use of library collections and archives.
Doctoral history candidates Airic Hughes, Will Teague and Marie Totten will discuss the Arkansas state flag’s history within the context of the Lost Cause myth, the Klan, nativism, and racism from 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, on Zoom.
Adriana Gonzalez began her duties as associate dean for research and learning Aug. 1, and L. Angie Ohler will begin serving as associate dean for content and digital initiatives Oct. 1.
Each semester, the University of Arkansas Libraries and Global Campus offer compensation for faculty to reduce the cost of textbooks for their students by using Open Educational Resources (OER). Faculty may apply for one of two programs.
Powell will present “The Fight for Home and Fatherland: a look inside the women of the James H. Berry chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy” and discuss the Confederate statue formerly located on the Bentonville square.