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July 1, 2019

Six new fellows to study 'Borders and Boundaries'

The Institute for Humanities Research has awarded six fellowships to humanities scholars to study "Borders and Boundaries" at Arizona State University.
May 23, 2019

Out of the classroom and into the community

Students in the Facing Immigration II course impact the community through artistic expression and storytelling.
May 8, 2019

Young women with 'invisible' disabilities share their stories

Arizona State University Associate Professor Heather Switzer and alumna Anastasia Todd are using the power of narrative to break the current framework of what it means to be a young woman with a...
April 21, 2019

ASU undergraduate research to be displayed at symposium

The ASU Undergraduate Research Symposium will take place on Tuesday, April 23, from noon to 2 p.m.
April 17, 2019

New tool developed for student survivors of sexual assault

MyChoice will help student survivors make informed decisions based on the options available to them.
March 28, 2019

ASU classics lecture examines line between white supremacy and fragility

White supremacists, misogynists and alt-right groups have coalesced into an online community, known as the “Red Pill,” that co-opts classical Greek and Roman texts to support their racist and sexist...
March 25, 2019

ASU lecturer encourages students to become strong citizens at the New American University

Harry Boyte, founder of Public Achievement, a theory-based practice of citizen organizing to do public work for the common good, calls on Arizona State University to improve the current state of...
March 14, 2019

Pair of ASU events feature scholars discussing how to safeguard democracy

Our phones, TVs, computers and tablets provide a constant stream of media reports on erupting civic unrest in other countries, while in the U.S., increasing polarization has left communities divided...
March 13, 2019

Putting people in the technology equation

There are two narratives in climate change right now. One is the day-to-day drumbeat of news stories, usually a new scientific study, and usually put aside with the day’s second cup of coffee. The...
February 6, 2019

Afrofuturism explores science fiction but is rooted in the past

Afrofuturism is a long-emerging art and cultural movement that views music, literature, films and television through a black lens. Somewhat controversial, the term — an intersection of sci-fi, art...

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