Scholar Spotlight

ARHU professor's talk is part of a series centering racism, equity and justice.

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Lisa W. Carney’s dissertation explored the stories told about dreams in Kichwa, a Quechuan language spoken in Ecuador.

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ARHU's Campaign on Race, Equity and Justice addresses curriculum, research and programming, plus much more.

Colloquium series highlighting faculty experts discussing their scholarship and creative projects related to anti-racism and social justice.

ARHU signature speaker series about the role of the arts and humanities in shaping our global future through thought provoking conversation and engaging ideas.

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