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UGA Research magazine

Posted 5 years 8 months ago

The fall 2012 issue of the ugaresearch magazine is out, and available online. It features some great stories on Franklin College faculty, including geography professor Steven Holloway and whole section devoted to the Civil War, with a focus on books by history facuty members Stephen Berry, John Inscoe and a forthcoming work by Kathleen Clark.

Great work all around.

"Object in Focus: The Orpheus Relief Project" brings together art, sciences

Posted 5 years 10 months ago
art students in the georgia museum of art.

 

The Athens Banner Herald features the work of LDSOA assistant professor Mark Abbe, GMOA curator Lynn Boland, UGA colleagues from chemistry and the university's Center for Applied Isotope Studies.

A new exhibit at the Georgia Museum of Art, “Object in Focus: The Orpheus Relief Project” is bringing together professors from the University of Georgia’s art and chemistry departments, and scientists from the university’s Center for Applied Isotope Studies.

In recent years, researchers have made it known that classical...

Cobb in New York Times

Posted 5 years 10 months ago

Spaulding Distinguished Research Professor of History James Cobb takes to the pages of the New York Times to describe Republican support in the South:

Lest we go overboard in emphasizing the peculiarities of working-class white Southerners, we should remember that racially tinged, working-class white conservatism is a fixture throughout much of rural America. Also is it really all that striking that nearly 6 in 10 working-class whites in the South complained of federal favoritism toward blacks when nearly 5 in 10 responded similarly in the Northeast and the Midwest?

An...

National award for book by Stillion Southard

Posted 5 years 10 months ago
Militant citizenship book cover

And speaking of communication studies, a new book by one of our terrific young faculty members from the department just received a national award:

[Assistant professor of communication studies and women's studies] Belinda Stillion Southard will be honored with the Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award from the National...

Hispanic Heritage Month

Posted 5 years 11 months ago
Yolotli, Aztec dance group in costume

 

September 15 - October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month and the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute is leading campus efforts in this celebration of our cultural richness. Events have already begun, but many more are upcoming; be sure and mark your calendar:

 

Sept. 24 - Latin...

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