Events

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2020

Nov 14
The College of Humanities popular Young Alumni Brunch which will be held virtually on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 10 a.m. on Zoom. This year will undoubtedly look different than years past, but we are excited to extend the invitation to our young alumni...
Feb 19
Where in the world will your degree take you? Humanities graduates gain the most in-demand skills for the global work force: leadership, communication, intercultural competence, critical thinking, collaboration, adaptability and problem solving....
Spring 2020 Tournées Film Festival flier
Jan 23
The Department of French & Italian is proud to partner with Tournées Film Festival to offer an array of experiences in French cinema. The lineup for the Tournées Film Festival will run from January 23 to February 20, 2020. The films represent,...

2019

La Vie En Rose
Nov 15
Please join us as our French Club Voilà presents a fantastic French film La Vie En Rose.   When: Friday, November 15, 2019 at 4:00 pm Where: Manuel Pacheco Integrated Learning Center, Room 130   We hope to see you there!  Merci au Club!
Nov 2
The College of Humanities invites you to celebrate the University of Arizona's 105th Homecoming.  Join us for our annual Young Alumni Brunch (with a mimosa bar!) while we enjoy remarks from our Alumna of the Year, Dana Vandersip (B.A. in Russian,...
Nov 1
The College of Humanities invites you to celebrate the University of Arizona's 105th Homecoming. Mingle with fellow Humanities alumni at our twilight rooftop mixer and meet Humanities faculty, friends and the 2019 COH Alumna of the Year, Dana...
Oct 17
Valerio Ferme, University of Cincinnati 4PM @ Oro Valley Town Hall 11000 N. La Cañada Drive While technology has led humankind on a search through space to evolve its ‘destiny,’ the basis for this exploration comes from the deep-seated desire of...
Apr 11
Join us as Maxime Foerster presents a fascinating lecture titled "Haunted Lives: A Comparative Approach to Vampires and Zombies".

2018

Shepard Lecture flyer image
Sep 13
You are invited to attend a presentation given by Dr. Todd Shepard, the Arthur O. Lovejoy Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of Voices of Decolonization: A Brief History with Documents (St. Martin’s, 2014) and The...