The University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Art and Art History continues its ongoing Workspace Coffee Break series with works by sculpture professor Stacey Holloway.
Books, objects and records within the Birmingham Museum of Art’s library inspired the content of the works, created by 11 Department of Art and Art History students.
The UAB African American Studies Program presents poet, musician, activist, and arts educator Sharrif Simmons on October 4, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the Alumni Theater of the Hill Student Center.
The Saratov Philharmonic Orchestra has invited Yakov Kasman to perform Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2 as a soloist to open its 70th concert season.
Dr. Jeremy Fischer of the University of Alabama at Huntsville asks the questions "How do we know what emotions we are experiencing? That is, how do we acquire emotional self-knowledge?" Learn about some of the possible answers at today's Philosophy Colloquium.
September 08, 2016

Catch Up with DFLL

Want to catch up with what's been happening in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures? Read the latest newsletter to get an overview of of student awards and scholarship, study abroad news, and upcoming events!
New History graduate students are invited to the New Graduate Student Orientation Friday, September 16th.
Works by University of Alabama at Birmingham Bachelor of Fine Arts student Terrence Wimberly will be on view for one night only Friday, Sept. 9.
The UAB Department of Music presents student and faculty performances, the UAB Piano Series with Eric Zuber, UAB Gospel Choir, Chamber Music @ AEIVA, UAB Opera and more.
Works by UAB Department of Art and Art History photography students are now showcased in UAB’s Heritage Hall.
Performance that will change your world: Talented young artists in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Theatre will create and perform in five main-stage plays, plus tour group shows around the state.
Welcome back to the Philosophy Department for Fall 2016! Meet our new faculty member and learn about some of our student groups and events in the new department newsletter.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Leymah Gbowee will give a lecture at the UAB Alys Stephens Center on Sept. 29 to mark the opening of the UAB Institute for Human Rights. 
Alejandro Tapia y Rivera (1826–1882) is widely considered to the father of Puerto Rican literature. Maddox's translation of La Cuarterona provides a new window into the literary contribution of Tapia and the cultural heritage of Puerto Rico.
“Rachel M. Ejem: Intersections” features Ejem’s recent research using mixed-media drawings and installation to investigate mathematical and metaphorical ideas of intersection.
The 200-member-strong band is rehearsing its show of hit soundtrack tunes, “Hollywood,” for performances at UAB football games, exhibitions and parades. 
Performance videos and photos from the UAB Department of Music are captured in the department's new "Music that will change your world" video.
George O. Liber has published his third book, Total Wars and the Making of Modern Ukraine, 1914-1954 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016).
The downtown walking tour was scheduled for a sunny Saturday in April 2016. But the group of about 40 and their UAB student guides soon found themselves reliving another spring morning—Easter Sunday 1963.
Students in the School of Health Professions’ Department of Occupational Therapy are now getting real-world experience with a new cross-professional program that uses students from the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Theatre as patients.
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