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Brenda grabbing a textbook off of a shelf

Refugee Daughter Eyes UMD for a Better Education

November 3, 2016

A cultural transition yields big rewards.

Elizabeth Bartlett and her dog.

Beth Bartlett: Making Waves

October 25, 2016

This new book tells the stories of people who put Duluth and Superior at the forefront of innovative feminist organizing.... more

Learning about Latina/o lives in the Midwest

September 29, 2016

Guest speaker tells of digital storytelling project and service-learning experience in Latina/o communities.

Luther's Legacy: 500 Years

October 25, 2016

FLL German Studies program celebrates the anniversary of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation.

Image of William Shakespeare

Director of Folger Library Speaks on Shakespeare

October 18, 2016

Dr. Michael Witmore presents "Centuries of Shakespeare" on Friday, Oct. 21.

“Colorblind Racism: Racism Without Racists”

November 17, 2015

African & African-American Studies Roundtable Keynote: Professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva 

Grasses on UMD campus

The Same SAD Story

December 3, 2014

Cultural Entrepreneurship program sparks business ideas

Shakespeare Global Showcase

October 10, 2016

Event highlights the influence of Shakespeare beyond the English-speaking world.

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Professor Shares Insights about Ebola with Campus and Media

December 11, 2014

Assoc. Professor Jeremy Youde Initiates Ebola Discussion

COIL: Connecting with Mexico Online and On Campus

October 12, 2016

October 24-25, Hispanic Studies and Latin American Studies will be hosting a guest from Mexico.

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